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Green Gardens Up Above

Guz Architects has designed many upscale residential properties with plans that integrate the outdoors as a significant part of the living space.

The following 2 homes have plush green landscaping as the backdrop and impressive green roof designs that top them off. The constructions are located near Singapore, and both have outdoor garden rooftops that make greenery look stylish.

The Willow House is a family home with an exterior that looks like a sculpted art piece.

Green Gardens Up Above

The gorgeous entryway lets you know you are about to enter something grand.

Green Gardens Up Above

A seemingly floating staircase leads to the upper level garden.

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The living room opens to a courtyard lounge area with an adjacent patio.

Green Gardens Up Above

A rooftop garden is all about the foliage, and the interesting cut out in the roof makes the space. The yard is clean, groomed and may need a set of chaise lounges added for relaxing and enjoying the views outside.

Green Gardens Up Above

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Green Gardens Up Above

The Meera Sky Garden House is another design that offers both a luxurious indoor space and easy access to an alluring green outdoor area.

Green Gardens Up Above

This multilevel home features a loft style roof top that leads to views of garden areas on nearly every floor of the home.

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The centrally set, curved staircases show the complexity of the levels.

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The waved roof design doubles as an overhang for the open dining area.

Green Gardens Up Above

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A cut out in the roof performs as the skylight for the stunning reflection pool.

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These homes feel connected to the outdoors, open and alive. The designing architects have come up with a fresh, updated approach to the way spaces are used in a family home.

All images are via Guz Architects.

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