Super penthouse at Concourse Skyline for sale at $48 mil

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The 11,130 sq ft duplex is fully furnished with interiors by The I.D. Dept, customised furniture pieces, fixtures and a 1.01-carat blue diamond worth $3 million

The duplex penthouse at Concourse Skyline has rooms with private balconies to enjoy the views of the surrounding area (Pictures: List SIR)
Singapore-listed property investment and development company, Hong Fok Corp, the developer of the 360-unit Concourse Skyline, has saved the best for last. Located on Beach Road, the 99-year leasehold, high-rise, twin residential towers, designed by award-winning Australian architectural practice COX, are adjacent to The Concourse commercial complex designed by the late Paul Rudolph, a well-known American architect.
Concourse Skyline was launched in September 2008 and completed in 2014. However, Hong Fok had held back the release of the two super penthouses – both in excess of 10,000 sq ft each – until now. Even then, only one unit is released for sale.
At 11,130 sq ft, it is the larger of the two penthouses: It is a duplex crowning the 39th and 40th floors, and comes with a private roof terrace. The penthouse will be offered for sale fully furnished. Its interiors were designed by renowned architecture and interior design firm, The I.D. Dept, which is famous for its design of luxury showflats and private homes.
Customised offerings, services
The super penthouse also features a collection of customised furniture pieces by premium manufacturers, artists and craftsmen, which were handpicked by The I.D. Dept. Many are making their debut in Asia.
They include a free-standing Meisterstuck Soundwave bathtub designed as a “bath audio system” by German brand Kaldewei; a contemporary rocking chair – one of just 12 around the world – designed by British-Israeli industrial designer Ron Arad; personalised glass chandelier by Parisian glass artist Nathalie Ziegler Pasqua; and an art installation by Czech glass manufacturer Lasvit.
Other luxury brands featured include French brand de Gournay, famous for its hand-painted wallpaper and fabric; Devialet...