Sky Habitat creates a high-rise three-dimensional matrix of homes, private terraces and communal gardens
The development sits at the heart of Singapore’s Bishan area and features two 38-storey towers, each with a distinctive and dramatic stepping form.
The two towers are linked by three bridging sky gardens and this offers opportunities for lush skyrise greenery and commonly shared leisure spaces, while giving rise to an overall mass that is porous and open. This design also allows air to breeze through and sunlight to penetrate while maximizing views for the residents and for communal spaces.
The overall form mitigates a sense of density and concentration and maximizes contact with nature, resulting in a village-like clustering of apartment units which is well-adapted to our tropical climate.
With its unique sky garden, terraces and amenities, Sky Habitat offers indoor-outdoor living to high-rise residents.