With Teo Boon Kiat tackling the architecture and Natalie Louey handling the interior design, the ONG&ONG team designed a house to cater to the homeowner’s unique set of needs. One Tree Hill blends indoor and outdoor living in Singapore with focus going to the beautiful lush garden.

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Wood slats provide car coverage and shade to the second floor of the house without being too heavy as a solid material would tend to be. Stepping platforms that make up the walkway appear to float above water.

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The large wooden dining table is surrounded by Eames Molded Plastic Dowel-Leg Side and Armchairs in white, which play off the wood and white cabinetry built into the long wall.

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A cut-out in the staircase wall provides light for the stairwell while also creating a pretty cool window between the two spaces.

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Lacquered white pendants with brass interiors by Tom Dixon hang in the kitchen, complementing the rest of the mostly white decor.

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The living room features double-height ceilings and large expanses of glass creating a light and airy space.

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The upstairs houses a master bedroom suite and a guest room with its own bathroom. Neutral finishes continue here, as well.

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An outdoor lounge sits right off the kitchen providing extra seating. The sliding glass doors open up to expand the square footage.

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Photos by See Chee Keong.