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Le Nouvel Ardmore

Ardmore Road Singapore

Le Nouvel Ardmore is Wing Tai’s trophy development in collaboration with Jean Nouvel, globally renowned architect and winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize 2008 and Wolf Prize in Arts 2005. The exclusive 33-storey single-tower freehold condominium development is situated on Ardmore Road Singapore, one of Asia’s prime real estate. Comprising only 43 exclusive residences each exceeding 3,800 square feet, each thoughtfully detailed, it is Nouvel's first residential landmark in Singapore and in Asia.  
 

Inspired by the Rubik’s cube, Nouvel presents an opportunity to provoke confrontations of orientations, textures, lights and unlikely techniques, such that the Le Nouvel Ardmore maximizes the views and quality of its modular internal spaces. 

Le Nouvel Ardmore is Wing Tai’s trophy development in collaboration with Jean Nouvel, globally renowned architect and winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize 2008 and Wolf Prize in Arts 2005. The exclusive 33-storey single-tower freehold condominium development is situated on Ardmore Road Singapore, one of Asia’s prime real estate. Comprising only 43 exclusive residences each exceeding 3,800 square feet, each thoughtfully detailed, it is Nouvel's first residential landmark in Singapore and in Asia.  
 

Inspired by the Rubik’s cube, Nouvel presents an opportunity to provoke confrontations of orientations, textures, lights and unlikely techniques, such that the Le Nouvel Ardmore maximizes the views and quality of its modular internal spaces. 

  • FIRM

    Wing Tai Asia

  • Type

    Single Dwellings, Residential Estate

  • Design Style

    Modern

  • Location

    Singapore

  • Status

    Concept

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