Sky Habitat is a towering residential complex, located in the Bishan district of Singapore, that takes its inspiration from ancient hillside dwellings and more modern structures like architect Moshe Safdie's Habitat 67 complex in Montreal.
The structure features gorgeous sky gardens that elevate the residential appearance. As far as apartments are concerned, there are 509, with each boasting multiple orientations as well as private outdoor spaces. Indeed the Sky Habitat's structure ably fuses balconies, terraces and gardens. The development features two buildings that are linked together via a trio of platforms that help to ventilate the buildings and provide recreational space.
Everything about the Sky Habitat's design aims to add some green character to the residential tower, something that can seem all too grey and drab in an urban jungle like Singapore.
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