Moshe Safdie's twin residential towers in Singapore will be connected by 'sky pool' 38 stories in the air [slideshow]

The towers are expected to go up on Singapore's Bishan district in 2015. 

May 28, 2014 |
Renderings: courtesy Safdie Architects

Moshe Safdie's latest project, a pair of 38-story luxury residential towers in Singapore, will be linked by three "sky garden" bridges, including a rooftop-level bridge with a lap pool running the length between the two structures.

Safdie, the author For Everyone a Garden, "inserts his philosophy of verdant living not only in the sky gardens, but also the manicured grounds surrounding the towers," Architizer reports.

The towers, called Sky Habitat, are expected to go up on Singapore's Bishan district in 2015. The 509-unit development will be located near a number of schools and malls at Bishan Junction. The condominiums will include multiple unit types, from one to four bedrooms.

Check out this fly-through video by Safdie Architects. (Click "Thumbnails" and select last image to play video.)

 

 
 
 
 

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