Architect Ole Scheeren was commissioned to design 1,040 apartment units over 20 acres in Singapore. The result is an awe-inspiring radical reinterpretation of contemporary life in a community.
The luxury Sofitel So Singapore is a five-star boutique hotel partially located in a heritage building originally constructed in 1927 with neo-classical façade. The iconic building was initially The Cable and Wireless Building, then later the Telecommunications Building. A preservation project transformed it into a luxury hotel with an additional modern wing at the back of the property.
This contemporary renovated home was originally a shophouse in the early 1900’s. Designed by Ong & Ong, the family home has a fresh elegant modern look in the interior while preserving its historical elements on the exterior.
RichardHO Architects designed the luxury interiors of this home on Cairnhill Road in Singapore, which was a pre-war shophouse. It features a koi pond with a staircase that winds around it.