By Domenica Tan
As homeowners Chris Chen and Hartina Yeo have two children – a four-year-old daughter and two-year-old son – and are staying with two elderly parents, they needed space to cater to the family’s needs. This led to their decision to upsize from an apartment to a terrace house.
Engaging the help of architects and designers from the two firms, additions and alterations were made to the existing structure of the newly bought home, to ensure more efficient use of the space.
Unlike typical intermediate terrace houses that often have dark, gloomy interiors as natural light is unable to penetrate the home, this three-storey house in Serangoon Garden is welcoming, spacious, brightly lit and full of greenery – thanks to clever strategies that were put in place, following a collaboration between Produce Workshop and Ta.le architects.
This article was first published in Home & Decor.