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ONG&ONG

ONG&ONG

Architects at ONG&ONG have designed a contemporary villa, imagined as a prototype of modern tropical living. The house borrowed the views from the next-door greenery of abandoned railway; while simple lines and features like lush corridors, blue waterways, or swimming pool visible from the basement, made the house spectacular. The KAP-House, minimalist home in Singapore, is built on the former colonial bungalow site behind wild prairie that grows from the remains of Malayan Railway. To emphasize existing tropical terrain, ONG&ONG architects Diego Molina and Maria Arango designed the home according to Japanese design principle of Shakkei. Traditional method of borrowed view or Shakkei ensured the house completely benefits from the […]

Ulrike Theusner

Ulrike Theusner

Ulrike Theusner was born in 1982 in Frankfurt/ Oder, Germany. She studied at Ecole des beaux Arts in Nice, France and graduated in 2008 from Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany. Amongst others, her work was exhibited in groupshows at Kunsthalle Darmstadt, Musée des Beaux Arts Nice, Angermuseum Erfurt and several solo shows in New York, Berlin, Frankfurt, Toulouse, Paris and Shanghai. She lives and works between Weimar and Berlin. © All Images ulrike-theusner.de