TWENTYONE ANGULLIA PARK  |  Singapore, 2008

The introduction of high-rise sky terraces relieves the groundscape from the provision of communal spaces at the ground level. This increment of greenscape on the entry level in turn allows for a more formal landscaped arrival to be experienced and achieved.

Further to the establishment of high-rise communal areas in the tower, the void spaces created within the tower block facilities the introduction of natural green features. Spontaneous daylighting and natural ventilation to both apartment units and common areas are achievable with the increased porosity of the overall building form. This reduces the load of energy consumption through mechanical means, and results in a new bioclimatic dimension on the development.