Two arc-shaped towers prominently positioned on a hill are conceived as beacons for the city of Singapore.
The gently curving plans maximize the scheme’s lozenge-shaped site while optimizing views and reducing onlooking.
The towers feature a world-first: a series of ‘sky allotments’ arrayed vertically every four storeys.
The allotments aim to foster communal life through the shared endeavour of gardening.
Ground level landscape design offers a new link to the adjacent Pearl’s Hill City Park.