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The Interlace by OMA

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have unveiled new images of a residential project for Singapore,
comprising long low apartment blocks stacked in hexagonal

Called Interlace, the project will consist of 31 interconnected
six-storey blocks stacked around communal gardens, containing 1,040

The arrangement allows for communal spaces, roof gardens, terraces and balconies.

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OMA unveils design for The Interlace residential complex in Singapore
Ole Scheeren of OMA introduces a new residential typology to
Singapore with The Interlace, a large-scale complex of interconnected
apartment buildings stacked in an innovative hexagonal arrangement,
developed by CapitaLand and Hotel Properties Limited.

The Interlace is located on an elevated eight-hectare site, bounded
by Alexandra Road and the Ayer Rajah Expressway, amidst the verdant
Southern Ridges of Singapore. With about 170,000m2 of gross floor area,
the development will provide 1,040 apartment units of varying sizes
with extensive outdoor spaces and landscaping. The site completes a
green belt that stretches between Kent Ridge, Telok Blangah Hill and
Mount Faber Parks.

Designed by Ole Scheeren, partner of the Office for Metropolitan
Architecture (OMA), The Interlace breaks away from Singapore’s standard
typology of isolated, vertical apartment towers and instead explores a
dramatically different approach to tropical living: an expansive
interconnected network of living and communal spaces integrated with
the natural environment. Thirty-one apartment blocks, each six-stories
tall and identical in length, are stacked in a hexagonal arrangement to
form eight large-scale open and permeable courtyards. The interlocking
blocks form a vertical village with cascading sky gardens and both
private and public roof terraces.
The design capitalizes on the generous size of the site and further
maximizes the presence of nature by introducing extensive roof gardens,
landscaped sky terraces and cascading balconies. Above-ground vehicular
circulation is minimized, liberating large green areas within the
development. The Interlace incorporates sustainability features through
careful environmental analysis of sun, wind, and micro-climate
conditions on site and the integration of low-impact passive energy

While maintaining the privacy of individual apartment units through
the generous spacing of the building blocks and far-ranging views, the
design also features communal spaces for shared activity. Extensive
residential amenities and facilities are interwoven into the lush
vegetation and offer opportunities for social interaction, leisure, and
Ole Scheeren said: “The design addresses concerns of shared space
and social needs in a contemporary society and simultaneously responds
to issues of shared living and individuality by offering a multiplicity
of indoor/outdoor spaces specific to the tropical context.”

Patricia Chia, CEO of CapitaLand Residential Singapore, said: “This
is a great opportunity to create and build a residential destination at
the Gillman Heights site that will challenge the present architectural
definition of living spaces. While developing the dramatic external
form, we have also given much attention to creating comfortable
internal spaces. The name, The Interlace, reinforces the
interconnectivity of the community with the surrounding natural
environment. Ole Scheeren has created a new landmark for Singapore.”
The design is led by Ole Scheeren together with Eric Chang,
Associate of OMA. Scheeren is responsible for the office’s work across
Asia, including the China Central Television Station (CCTV)
headquarters and the Television Cultural Center (TVCC) in Beijing, and
the MahaNakhon Tower in Bangkok. His previous work includes the Prada
Epicenters in New York City and Los Angeles.

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