RT+Q revamps a house from the ’60s into a breezy terrace house

Singapore firm RT+Q Architects carves out breathing spaces from the sides of a terrace house to make it feel like a breezy single-detached residence

RT+Q three-block family house interlinked by art and architecture

The house was not built as a single, large house screaming for attention, but as a series of pavilion-like blocks to cater to each 'unit' of the family.

Shophouse by RT+Q becomes urban street lantern at night

The old and the new dialogue in a renovation of Singapore heritage's beloved typology
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