Singapore’s Vertical City Building


Have you ever seen a building that looked like it could house a city? Dutch architecture firm UNStudio has just released their design for Scott’s Tower which will be in Singapore. The 31-story building will feature 231 apartments that offer impressive views of the surrounding area.

The most striking part of the design is the two openings in the buildings facade called Sky Frames. One will be found at the base of the tower while the other is closer to the top. Both Sky Frames will feature gardens, swimming pools, and barbecue pavilions all housed within the openings. According to the architects, Scott’s Tower is meant to feel like a vertical city, incorporating as many aspects as possible to create a comfortable and modern living environment. Think YOU could live here?







UNStudio’s website
via [Designboom]





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