The Dalvey Road House Welcomes Nature Inside

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The architects and designers from Guz Architects are well known for their incredibly beautiful residential projects. Their “secret” stands in the great talent invested in integrating natural elements inside their projects, so every single residence that wears their fingerprint amazes through its beautiful relationship with nature. The Dalvey Road House from Singapore is one of their architectural pieces and was developed in 2012. The customer desired to have a home that would draw its inspiration from Fallingwater, a home which has been built over a waterfall. The result delivers, as the home blends in nicely with its embellishing vegetation and features several levels that embrace the family’s different generations and follow their needs. The house looks upon a gorgeous garden and a chic pool, its exterior expressing a warm invitation of spending quality moments on the outside, surrounded by beauty, privacy and a charming environment.

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