Six Ramsgate is a home designed by Wallflower Architecture located in Singapore. According to Fresh Home, the owner wanted as open a home as possible. (While still being safely enclosed, that is. He’s rich, not crazy.) The result is a spectacularly beautiful design that incorporate the outdoor areas into the overall design. The glass walls at some points make the home seem to not be enclosed at all, as when a chandelier in the dining room appears to actually be in the courtyard.
Abundant fences mean that Six Ramsgate is in fact not *so* open, but Wallflower Architecture did admirable work to convince the eye otherwise.
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