The Top 10 Most Unique Condo in Singapore

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Of course, the word “the top most unique condo in Singapore” is pretty much decisive. And yet very hard to refer some few names as “the top” while confirming the others as not that unique.

Believe me – it’s kind of a mess, finding out the top most unique condominium in Singapore.  I think there are countless good numbers of condominiums in Singapore, which can easily be considered within this top most unique condominium list.

Undoubtedly each of the individual readers will find some incredibly necessary replacements of their own standpoint in this article. But as I’m approaching, surely ready to take some risk and at least share my own perspectives for counting these top 10 most unique condominium in Singapore.

D' Leedon

The 7 towers with ‘wine glass‘ shape are subdivided into petals according to the number of residential units on each floor. The petals are expressed in 3 dimensions thanks to vertical cuts which give definition to the building’s façades and, at the same time, allow for cross ventilation of most of the flats.

The buildings culminate at the top with a series of fingers stepped at different heights (the highest is 36 storeys), which blend the transition between the architectural fabric and the sky.

The price for D’Leedon is ranging between $1,600-1,800psf as on today’s market.

iLiv @ Grange

It boasts a curvaceous façade that at once has a “striking design and appeal to the high-end crowd”.

Its architecture is designed by Italy’s Mercurio Design Lab.

The 30-unit freehold project at 74 Grange Road got its temporary occupation permit in the final quarter of 2013.

The project was first unveiled in 2010, and Heeton had the intention of selling it at more than $3,000 psf.

In 2013, Heeton was looking to bulk-sell the units at $2,200 to $2,300 psf to a single buyer.
The Sail @ Marina

The Sail @ Marina Bay was designed by Peter Pran and Timothy Johnson with leading design firm NBBJ. The two buildings include a glass facade, sculpted Marina Bay Tower to look like a sail, and configured the complex representative of a huge canyon, reflecting his utilisation of inspirations by the sun, the wind, and the water respectively.

It has 2,700 m2 (29,000 sq ft) of retail space, and an underground link to Raffles Place MRT Station.

The architectural model of the structure was made by Richard Tenguerian.

Duo Residences

DUO was recognised internationally with a Silver award in the “Best Futura Project” category at MIPIM Asia Awards 2012.

Internationally acclaimed architect Ole Scheeren is the lead designer behind landmark projects such as CCTV Headquarters and Beijing Television Cultural Center in BeijingThe Interlace in Singapore, and the MahaNakhon, Bangkok’s tallest skyscraper.

In creating an unparalleled civic nucleus, DUO’s towering volumes are carved into sweeping concave shapes, while a hexagonal pattern on the towers’ slender profiles and a dramatically lit facade highlights its dynamic architecture. A masterful series of cantilevers and setbacks further evokes the kinetic movements of a dancing couple.

Designed by renowned award-winning architect, Toyo Ito, who is a leading exponent of architecture and is crowned “one of the world’s most innovative and influential architects”.

Not only The Crest, he was also the man behind the design for the prestigious Belle Vue Residences in District 9, and also one of Singaporean’s favourite mega shopping mall Vivo City.

Sky Habitat

Designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie, Sky Habitat is the only star-architect designed development in Bishan, and one that will undoubtedly be an investment that stands the test of time.

A contemporary development that is distinctive in façade and form, yet functional at its core. Sky Habitat echoes all the traits of a future icon in architecture and design, becoming a defining landmark that will shape the skyline of Bishan.

Ferra Condo

Porsche dived into realty sector with its luxurious Porsche Design Tower, followed by Hermes and Pininfarina taking up a design contract of residential projects.

All set to get into the fast lane, the leading Italian design house, the Ferrari Design Company, Pininfarina is debuting with a 102-meter high-rise residential condominium in Singapore.

Christened Ferra, the project under the banner of Pininfarina and Far East Organization (Singapore’s largest private property developer), truly comes by as a work of art.

The Interlace

The Interlace condominium in Depot Road has been lauded by the international architectural fraternity as a “trailblazer”, winning the top prize at year 2015 World Architecture Festival.

The residential property by OMA/Ole Scheeren, featuring 31 blocks of apartments stacked in a hexagonal arrangement, took home the World Building of the Year title at the annual event, considered the Oscars of the architectural world.

Festival director Paul Finch said the judges were impressed by its “bold, contemporary architecture and thinking”.

Tree House by CDL

CDL’s Tree House in Singapore just set a new Guinness World Record with the world’s largest vertical garden. The building’s green wall measures 24,638.59 square feet and is expected to save more than $500,000 in energy and water costs annually.

Located in a quiet corner of Singapore’s District 23, Tree House is a 24-storey condo building that boasts the world’s largest vertical garden and features state-of-the-art sustainable technologies and elements such as heat-reducing windows and motion sensors that automatically activate lights. The vertical garden will reduce the estate’s carbon footprint by filtering pollutants and carbon dioxide out of the air. The green exterior wall will reduce heat absorption, which could result in energy savings of between 15 and 30 percent.

Reflections @ Keppel Bay

A true icon of modern architecture, Reflections at Keppel Bay’s mesmerising forms epitomises Daniel Libeskind’s world-class designs with his first-ever residential development in Asia.

Ascending like a symphony of chords with its soaring towers and low-rise apartment blocks, this veritable masterpiece commands breathtaking views of the sea and city skyline.

Taking centre stage is a 100,000 square-feet reflecting pool skirting the 24- to 41-storey towers. A host of lifestyle amenities, such as an Olympic-length swimming pool and a state-of-the-art gymnasium, provide stylish settings for leisure and social gatherings.

Within 6 sky towers and 11 fan-shaped villa apartment blocks, you’ll find 1,129 well-appointed luxury homes ranging from 2- to 4-bedroom apartments and penthouses; including an exquisite grand penthouse with 6 bedrooms and an entertainment lounge spanning 13,300 square-feet.

Reflections at Keppel Bay deserves to be the Top 1 Most Unique Condo in Singapore all times.