The Interlace Condo, Singapore’s latest condo complex has been touted across the world as the icon for Architectural and Engineering development. These several accolades have been popping up in sites all over the World Wide Web and in designing magazines worldwide. The city-state’s traditional form of boxy and square flat Buildings will see a dramatic redesign with this new milestone. It is made up of 31 apartment buildings constructed to form hexagons. This enormous scale growth is about the size of 16 football fields and will be built on the southern portion of the city.
The greenery surrounding Alexandra Road and Ayer Rajah Expressway is the best background for this new condominium. The 170,000 meter square compound will home to 1,040 units varying in size from 3 or 2, 3 and study and 4 bedroom units. Units can be in a townhouse or penthouse style. This eight hectare belt of greenery will extend from Kent Ridge, Telkom Blanca Hill and Mount Faber parks.
This breakthrough design highlights and takes advantage of Singapore’s natural environment. The gigantic size of this development has enabled designers to incorporate a great number of greenery to provide the complex a tropical feel to the overall impact of the venture. Above ground vehicular circulation was minimized, freeing large green areas inside the condominium building itself. The job is more than only a residential development. The designers have incorporated environmental sustainability features using a careful calculation, analysis and study of factors like sunlight, wind and micro-climate conditions coupled with low-impact passive energy plans and other energy saving features on site.
This new venture requires a different and unique approach to tropical green living as the building complex is made up of interconnected hexagonal buildings designed to highlight Singapore’s natural surroundings by Pasir Ris 8. Identical six storey buildings piled to form a hexagonal pattern with courtyards and spacious greenery and greenery, which makes this the ideal way to incorporate swimming pools, hanging balconies, sky gardens, mini parks and rooftop gardens.
In a typical apartment or condo complex, privacy can sometimes be compromised. But at this new development, privacy is balanced with green open spaces for recreation and ample spacing between units. Additionally, there are other amenities residents can appreciate that were incorporated into the natural greenery apart from the amount of indoor and outdoor recreation areas constructed for pleasure and comfort.
This project located in residential Gillman Heights has contested the Conventional way apartment buildings and condo buildings are designed. The breakaway design does not just have a dramatic external facade; it has also addressed the problem of getting green and comfortable internal spaces. The title Interlace itself strengthens the sense of unity between the community whilst complimenting the surrounding natural environment.