8 Most Awe-Inspiring Condos in Singapore

They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but we can't help but be fascinated with these great looking architectural marvels in Singapore! Although some may find them quirky, these eight buildings deserve a spot in our list of Singapore’s most iconic buildings due to their outstanding structures and facades. Architecture fans, behold!
1. Reflections at Keppel Bay (Architect: Daniel Libeskind, Completed: 2011)
World-renowned Daniel Libeskind’s first ever residential development in Asia, Reflections at Keppel Bay is an artistic masterpiece known for its sleek curves. A combination of tall and short structures, the project comprises six sky towers ranging from 24 to 41 floors as well as 11 fan-shaped blocks comprising 6- to 8-storey of villa apartments, and with sky gardens. Each pair of towers is connected by a sky bridge where residents and guests get to enjoy a panoramic views of Mount Faber and Sentosa.
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2. The Interlace (Architect: Ole Scheeren. Year of competion: 2013)
This jenga-like condominium leave a lasting impression among commuters and passer-by. The Interlace clinched the World Building of the Year in 2015, the highest accolade in the architecture. It has also won other prestigious awards including Urban Habitat Award 2014 and BCA Green Mark Gold Award 2010. A total of 31 blocks, each 6-storey tall are stacked in hexagonal arrangement, creating pockets of spaces for air and light to flow through. The 8ha site allows for eight courtyards - Central Square, Water Park, Play Hills, Spa Valley, Theatre Plaza, Bamboo Garden, Lotus Pond and Waterfall Terrace.
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