If you have been looking for one of the most exquisite places to live in Singapore, you should consider the over 1000 unit apartment complex called The Interlace. It is designed in a unique way, making it appear as if 31 bricks have literally been stacked in a haphazard manner. It has one many awards including World Building of the Year. It was also featured out the World Architecture Festival. If you have not heard of it before, and you will be looking for a new location in Singapore to live, here is a brief overview of The Interlace and why you should live there.
The History Of The Interlace
This apartment complex was designed by German architect Ole Scheeren. It was started in 2007, and by 2013 it was completed. Like many of the apartment complexes and condominiums that are in Singapore, it is on a 99 year lease. Surrounded by multiple parks, it is directly a part of the Singapore Green Initiative. It’s six-story block design, specifically made in hexagonal arrangements, also features spatial courtyards, swimming pools, and outstanding apartments that you will want to live in.
How To Get More Information
The apartments that are part of The Interlace range in size from 800 ft.² to 6300 ft.². You should be able to find several vacancies out of the 1040 units that are there. You can speak to a representative of this apartment complex to learn more information about vacancies. If they have a couple available, you should take a tour of them. Placed in the midst of the surrounding greenery, it is a sight to behold and also live at. This will be one of the best places that you have ever considered living at a price that will be very affordable in this pristine area of Singapore.