The architects renovated a civil service dormitory in the 1950s. After obtaining permission from the government, they agreed to expand the two-story building into a three-story family home to cater to the the family is more and more crowded.
The team maintains circulation on the first floor that runs through the community, while adding a steep roof and terrace on the third floor to expand the interior of the house and connect indoor and outdoor views. At the same time, take advantage of this to bring a clear view in the dining area. Four skylights were added to allow natural daylight to enter the dwelling and also provide better ventilation.
The entire room is filled with a fresh and white feel, clad in simple and natural building materials such as wood, concrete and terrazzo tile floors. Modern style depicted by clean lines. Around the living room space is filled with sunlight and books.