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October 11, 2013 7:14 pm
It has been described as resembling a giant butterfly or spaceship, but 11 White House Park in Singapore owes its unusual appearance to its owners’ conflicting architectural tastes. “The husband loved more definite geometries and organisation, while his wife was attracted to free and fluid lines and curves,” says architect Peng Beng Khoo. Singapore’s skyline is rapidly changing with landmark developments and modern residential projects, such as 11 White House Park, as these images show.
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