Scotts Tower by UNstudio in Singapore

Netherlands based architect UNstudio was unveiled Scotts Tower in singapore. positioned near the shopping district and overlooking nearby parkland, the residential block of 231 dwellings will offer sweeping views of singapore city. clustering penthouses and apartments of varied types and scales around gardens, this highrise integrates  the experience of a city, neighborhood and home all within one structure. a community sky terrace and gardens create four subdivisions along the height of the 31-story structure. each generated zone will contain a different atmosphere with its own identity, producing the experience of naturally diverse urban development.

a vertical frame organizes the architecture and program within the building while the sky frame arranges the amenity and green spaces. balconies provide perspectives directed towards either the city or park depending upon the elevational location of the grouping of dwellings. corner terraces at any height offer panoramic vistas of the encompassing landscape. recreational facilities for residents include a 50 meter lap pool, children and wellness pools, sunning deck, barbecue and meeting pavilions



project info:

client: far east organisation
location: 38 scotts road, singapore
building surface: 18500 m2
building volume: 115000m3
units: 231 units (128:1bd; 80:2bd; 20:3bd; 3:4bd-penthouse)
floors: 31 stories (153m high)
building site: 6099.7 m2
programme: soho residential tower
status: design development phase
design architect UNstudio: ben van berkel, astrid piber with luis etchegorry, ger gijzen and cynthia markhoff,
konstantinos chrysos, elisabeth brauner, shany barath, thomas van bekhoven, iris pastor, rodrigo cañizares, albert gnodde,
mo ching ying lai, grete veskiväli, samuel bernier lavigne, lukasz walczak, alicja chola, cheng gong
executive architect: ong&ong, singapore

landscape architect: sitetectonix, singapore
structural engineer: ktp consultants, singapore
mechanical engineer: united project consultants, singapore
interior design (residential units): creative mind design, singapore                      via: designboom



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