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Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Gravity Defying Tower To Be Built in Singapore

We know this has nothing to do with Malaysian property either, but since it's a slow Monday morning, might as well...

Dutch architectural firm OMA is designing an office tower for the Far East Organization, a company some Malaysians are familiar with. The tower, a free standing gravity defying structure, will be called Scott's Tower, situated near Orchard Road.

The 153 meter tall tower will be located at the intersection of Scotts Road and Cairnhill Road, in close proximity to Orchard Road, Singapore’s famous shopping and lifestyle street. With 20,000m² of built floor area, the building will provide 68 high-end apartment units with panoramic views. The design strategically maneuvers within the highly regulated building environment to maximize the full potential of the site: Four individual apartment towers are vertically offset from one another and suspended from a central core.

No kidding. I bet the price per square foot is going to be a LOT higher than the RM450psf you get in Mont'Kiara... let's not even talk about the maintenance fees...


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