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A Modern Tropical House in Singapore by a Filipino Architect

Design consultant Michael Cu Fua builds a spacious home to help a family move on and start anew

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Photography: Bai Jiwen Design Consultant: Ong & Ong - Michael Cu Fua

When you say goodbye to a loved one, building a brand new house just may be the last thing on your mind. However, creating a cozy and comfortable home can actually keep you busy and productive, provide you with a fresh start, and even bring your relatives closer together! 

To help this Singapore-based family heal from the painful loss of their father, design consultant Michael Cu Fua of Ong & Ong turned their ancestral house into a modern tropical home. He built an L-shaped property so that every room will have a picturesque view of the swimming pool in the backyard.

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