The site for this corner bungalow house lies at a busy road junction in western Singapore with a long view axis towards the main road. An L-shaped building layout plan creates a private garden at the rear corner of the site. The architecture of the building lies in its mass which cradles this inner sanctuary, with views from the living and kitchen spaces on the ground storey centred towards the green landscaping. As residential architects in Singapore with a focus on tropical living, we ensure that air, light and greenery are allowed to penetrate the house through the use of large openings and skylight. The combined living and dining room has the spatial experience of an open pavilion, with the natural elements of water on one side and green landscaping on the other.