Actual Project in CONTEMPORARY style at 355 Woodlands Ave 1, Singapore | Work Scope: Hacking, Tiling, False Ceiling, Carpentry, Countertop, Metal Structures, Glass Doors | Budget: $80,000. "The homeowners of this project is not limited to just the husband and wife, but also two cats (occasionally many more while fostering!), and also two incredibly talented parrots. A large Living area is critical in ensuring all the owners and pets all have a comfortable living space within the same area. The highlight of the house is undeniably the parrot's glass enclosure, one of the few custom designed enclosure in Singapore's home. It served as an anchor to the space while making use of odd corners within the house. Pet friendly design such as pet doors and cat bed integrated within the master bedroom's bench were also adopted. With a large living area, comes a really tiny kitchen, which fits a full set of appliances expected of a kitchen, a dryer, washer, and even a mechanical laundry rack. One of the bedroom also serves as a walk in wardrobe and vanity area. Shifting the basin out of the bathroom allowed for a more generous vanity top."