On a roll with staircase shots - This suspended open riser allows daylight and views of the roof garden to penetrate the house. Photo | Edward Hendricks #mingarchitects #branksomehouse
This staircase is the first one we've completed with precast concrete treads. Each individual piece is supported by steel sections which hang suspended from the slab above. Photo | @studioperiphery #venushouse #staircase
Scaffolds down and final coating applied to the off-form fin walls. This suspended balcony is positioned directly over the lap pool below. #workinprogress #merryn house
Grey marble and black granite sets the tone for this contemporary bathroom in #courtyardhouse Photo | Edward Hendricks #mingarchitects
Model making process, before assembly #forestviewhouse
Crystal clear waters at #berrimahouse Photo | Edward Hendricks
Ebony stained teak, black painted steel and cement rendered walls in our loft at #venushouse Photo | @studioperiphery Joinery | @jonathanchankk
Throwback to our first floating staircase in #Courtyardhouse Photo | Edward Hendricks
Chanel inspiration for our walk-in at #berrimahouse Photo | Edward Hendricks Joinery | @jncollective
The kitchen of this intermediate terrace receives natural daylight from the airwell above, even 4 stories down. Photo | @studioperiphery #venushouse #mingarchitects
A contemporary reinterpretation of the classic gable house. #branksomehouse #mingarchitects
Layering : timber screens, roof garden, staircase. This allows filtered light and landscape views to enter the house from the exterior. Photo | Edward Hendricks #mingarchitects
Living mood at Branksome House Photo | Edward Hendricks #mingarchitects
Painstaking process of the steel spiral stairs construction. Each tread & riser plate laser cut and welded by hand. #mingarchitects #merrynhouse #process
Oak and concrete, coming together at Merryn House #mingarchitects #process
Grateful for the various projects and great experiences we had this year, looking forward to the new year ahead!
Across the void. Photo | @studioperiphery #mingarchitects
Perforated steel staircase at Venus House. Photography by @studioperiphery #mingarchitects #contemporaryliving #contemporaryhomes #singaporearchitect #dezeen #archdaily #singaporearchitecture
Our version of an industrial-style loft in Venus House Photography by @studioperiphery #contemporaryhomes #singaporearchitect #houses #contemporaryliving
Branksome house at dusk. Glimpses of the roof garden and staircase behind are visible through the teak screens, providing depth to the facade Photography by Edward Hendricks #mingarchitects #contemporaryliving #contemporaryhomes #singaporearchitect
Testing of fairface concrete coatings and various pebble wash samples for the exterior walls of Merryn House #mingarchitects #contemporaryhomes #contemporaryliving #singaporehomes
Interior mood at Branksome House 📷 and joinery by @jncollective #mingarchitects #contemporaryhomes #contemporaryliving #singaporearchitect
White and grey Italian marbles, a touch of rosegold, and a custom mirror create the mood for this guest powder room at Branksome House Photography and joinery by @jncollective #mingarchitects #contemporaryliving #singaporearchitecture #singaporehomes #contemporaryhomes
A living room, with a view 📷 by Edward Hendricks #mingarchitects #singaporearchitect #contemporaryhomes #contemporaryliving #singaporehomes
Blue evening skies at Berrima house 📷: edward hendricks #mingarchitects #houses #contemporaryliving #contemporaryhomes #singaporehomes #singaporearchitect
Thanks to D+A editor Shi Ping for featuring us in their 'Best Practice' column! We share how we explore the relationships between different spaces in our houses, which result in greater depth to our architecture. #mingarchitects #contemporaryliving #contemporaryhomes #singaporearchitect
Excited to be shooting our Branksome House soon. A landscape garden on the 2nd storey is veiled by a Burmese teak screen which spans 6m at its peak. #mingarchitects #singaporehomes #contemporaryhomes #contemporaryliving