The unvarnished, ten-classroom school building, upholds sustainability by utilizing passive green architecture.
The Z house and its spaces that speak of Filipino values like strong family ties, resourcefulness, and warmth, goes beyond the superficial.
Coming from a Balinese house that outgrew its use, and whose wooden parts called for constant maintenance, the owner desired a back-to-basics home for his wife, children, and elderly parents.
ONG&ONG's addition to the upscale neighborhood is an amalgamation of form and function—a house that stands as a true paradigm of modern living.
With tree, water, wood, and stone, this house nurtures a nature-loving family in Bukit Timah, Singapore.