LINCOLN MODERN  |  Singapore, 1999

Lincoln Modern is a 30-storey condominium in the form of 56 split-level apartments, studios and penthouses. These residential apartments are a development of principles first explored in Le Corbusier's two-storey prototype dwelling for the 1922 Immeubles-Villas project, which was subsequently displayed in the Esprit Nouveau Pavilion at the 1925 Paris Exposition. The exposition showed drawings of the dwelling in its possible contexts, both as a stacked unit and as a detached suburban villa.

RIBA Worldwide Awards 2005 for the Lincoln Modern, Singapore