Colonial Singapore art deco house’s less-is-more design allows its beauty to shine through

//Colonial Singapore art deco house’s less-is-more design allows its beauty to shine through

Colonial Singapore art deco house’s less-is-more design allows its beauty to shine through

The Singapore black-and-white is among the most culturally distinct examples of colonial architecture in Asia.A hybrid of Malay and Indian influences developed early last century when British culture sought a home for itself in the tropics, they once accommodated magnates, magistrates and mandarins. Perhaps an occupying Japanese army, too.So almost five years ago, when Australian Charlie Cameron, her British husband and their two children moved into their four-bedroom, four-bathroom rental in…

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