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Detailed Introduction Of This Home
The Interlace is a lace of buildings. This high-profile large and new type of noble condominium residential complex from Singapore was conceived by Ole Scheeren, a former partner of OMA, who attempted to explore the possibilities of tropical living space beyond Singapore's traditional cluster of freestanding vertical towers. It proposes a tropical life style that focuses on communication and interaction in a natural environment. Thirty-one residential units, each six stories high, are interconnected in a hexagonal pattern to form six large scale transparent courtyards, whose interwoven Spaces form a vertical village with hanging gardens, private and public roof terraces.The Interlace site covers an area of 8 hectares. The former site is at Jimenling, bordered by Alexander Road and Yayilajra Expressway. At the same time, the base is connected with Kent Hills, Telok Blangah Hill and Mount Cypress Park to form a 9 km long green belt.Thirty-one apartment units, each six stories high, are built in a hexagonal pattern that is stacked horizontally, with each row of floors stacked on top of the other. At the same time, six large scale transparent courtyards are formed, whose interwoven Spaces form a space that includes hanging gardens, private and public roof terraces, providing a place for recreation.