Having a fundamentally innovative method of the contemporary living, The Interlace is among the most bustling and bigger than life projects in Singapore. The creative and thoughtful design by Ole Schereen (partner of OMA), The Interlace sets a new benchmark by moving away from the trend of vertical apartment towers in Singapore. This innovative design enables the huge complex to only integrate in to the surrounding luscious green area and also provides units inside the complex an interconnected approach throught its common areas.
Each apartment block is of six floors and thirty-one such identical blocks are piled in a hexagonal design forming eight huge penetrated courtyards. This hexagonal structure is made so the entire complex gets proper ventilation and sun light complementing the landscape around it. The Interlace, developed by CapitalLand and Hotel Properties Limited, has 170,000 square meters accommodating 1040 apartments of various sizes.
Your website for that complex stretches between Singapore's Kent Bridge, Telok Blangah Hill and Mount Faber Parks is large and the design of the complex takes features of its generous size. The Interlace complex is conveniently located at the junction with the Depot Road and also the Alexandra Road also to its north may be the Ayer Rajah Expressway. Residents of the complex have an advantage to benefit from the nature trails with the Gillman Village that's nearby and just walk as much as the restaurants in the lose proximity. With individual landscaping done on each of the eight courtyards, they also form points of interest for the surrounding blocks, adding to the beauty of the complex. Besides the continual a record of 1 KM over the circumference from the complex that works as a jogging track, you will find number paths and footpaths formed for the pedestrians to commute from the main entrance as well as the individual homes.
Interlace is spread across eight hectares with extensive roof gardens, landscaped terraces and luscious green meadow throughout, the complex promises a serene environment. The non-public balconies of the apartments allow you to sustain your personal plants. Cascading gardens over the facades of the buildings perfectly complement within the caribbean landscape across the complex. The complex may be made to increase the sustainability by analyzing sun, wind along with other microclimate conditions. The location of water bodies can also be strategically completed in to allow evaporative cooling across the wind paths to reduce the area air temperature use a pleasant outdoor recreation space. With all these amenities and also the ease of location and several other such factors, it is possible to certainly anticipate creating a secured and peaceful living in the Interlace.