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Developer CapitaLand has revealed a new collaboration with architects BIG to design a cluster of towers in Singapore. The four buildings will include a luxury hotel and plush residences, with an amenities-packed skybridge connecting the tallest two.

 

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CapitaLand, the developer of the incredible “horizontal skyscraper,” has revealed a new collaboration with high-profile firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) to design a cluster of towers in Singapore. The four buildings will include a luxury hotel and plush residences, with an amenities-packed skybridge connecting the tallest two.

The project, which also involves City Developments Limited, DP Architects and Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl, is named CanningHill Piers, referencing its choice location overlooking the Singapore River, the Marina Bay and Fort Canning Hill.

The four towers will be based on top of a two-story podium with a courtyard at its center. The two tallest buildings will be residential skyscrapers and will be joined together by the skybridge, while the two smaller towers will contain a luxury hotel and serviced residences, respectively.

The basic design of the four towers is relatively unassuming, though their facades are pulled back at various points to reveal green terraces. There will also be a sky garden and extensive landscaping surrounding the project.

 

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