Stepping into the Green Bridge House in PJ will show you a 'surprise of space'. Here's how.


An overview of the Green Bridge House from the garden pavilion. Photos: The Star/Kamarul Ariffin

Except for its eye-catching butterfly roof, the front of the Green Bridge House spots an unassuming look.

However, upon entering, what is revealed is a “surprise of space”, as described by the project’s lead architect John Bulcock.

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