The Guz Architects Meera House is a Suburban Garden Sanctuary

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Feb 12, 2011 • References: guzarchitects & contemporist
Behold an exquisite example of a home that creates a landscaped sanctuary on a limited lot: the Guz Architects Meera House. On an island adjacent to Singapore, this abundant abode embraces lush living spaces thanks to the designers' treatment of each level as single-storey dwellings.

Rolling green rooftop gardens grow burgeoning grasses that expand the property's lawns from each stacked floor. Providing panoramic views of the city, the Guz Architects Meera House maintains a strong element of privacy between two dividing walls that encase a gorgeous pond and courtyard. Stats for Hilly Rooftop Homes Trending: Older & Buzzing
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