Pentago, in collaboration with Melvin Kenny, created the Tan residence with Pentago-style living at the forefront of the concept. The house is an amalgamation of three distinct suites connected via open walls and unifying water bodies. The client’s love of koi is expressed in his beloved fishpond, which extends from being part of the outside landscape into the house where he can feed his fish from the lobby. This feature is symbolic in bridging the created and existing landscape with the structural interior. The 25 metre lap pool takes pride of place in the back courtyard, nestled amidst frangipani trees and tropical flora. In utilising the slope as part of the design, the house’s considerable size is masked from the outside.
|Type of Development||Resort Home|
|Land Size||10,000 square feet|
|Scope of Work||Architecture, Landscape Architecture|