Using a fundamentally innovative approach to the contemporary living, The Interlace is probably the most bustling and larger than life projects in Singapore. The creative and thoughtful design by Ole Schereen (partner of OMA), The Interlace sets a new benchmark by breaking away from the trend of vertical apartment towers in Singapore. This innovative design enables the huge complex to only integrate into the surrounding luscious green area and also provides the units inside the complex an interconnected approach throught its common areas.
Each apartment block is of six floors and thirty-one such identical blocks are piled inside a hexagonal design forming eight huge penetrated courtyards. This hexagonal structure is made in such a way how the entire complex gets proper ventilation and sun light complementing the landscape around it. The Interlace, developed by CapitalLand and Hotel Properties Limited, has 170,000 square meters accommodating 1040 apartments of various sizes.
The site for that complex stretches between Singapore's Kent Bridge, Telok Blangah Hill and Mount Faber Parks is large and the kind of the complex takes features of its generous size. The Interlace complex is conveniently found at the junction from the Depot Road and the Alexandra Road and to its north may be the Ayer Rajah Expressway. Residents of the complex have an benefit to enjoy the nature trails through the Gillman Village that's nearby and merely walk approximately the restaurants inside the lose proximity. With individual landscaping done on each of the eight courtyards, additionally they form focal points towards the surrounding blocks, contributing to the beauty of the complex. Other than the continuous a record of 1 KM across the circumference from the complex that functions as a jogging track, you will find number paths and footpaths formed for your pedestrians to commute from the main entrance and the individual homes.
Interlace is spread across eight hectares along with extensive roof gardens, landscaped terraces and luscious green meadow all over, the complex promises a serene environment. The non-public balconies from the apartments enable you to sustain your personal plants. Cascading gardens over the facades with the buildings perfectly complement tropical landscape around the complex. The complex continues to be built to improve the sustainability by analyzing sun, wind along with other microclimate conditions. The placement of water bodies is also strategically completed in to allow evaporative cooling along the wind paths to reduce the area air temperature to provide a pleasant outdoor recreation space. With all of these amenities as well as the ease of location and lots of other such factors, it is possible to certainly anticipate using a secured and peaceful living in the Interlace.