A proposed pair of residential towers in Singapore will feature an infinity pool spanning the distance between them at the height of 38 stories. The project is named Sky Habitat and will be the tallest building in the Bishan district of Singapore upon completion.
Architect Moshe Safdie placed the development on a central island to offer residents views of the entire area. The apartment towers are linked not only by the pool but also by a pair of sky bridges on the 14th and 26th floors.
Apartments in the development range from one to four bedroom units, sized from 680 to 3,000 square feet (63 to 280 square meters).
"With Sky Habitat, we are creating a habitat for the future; a condominium that is also a house," Wong Heang Fine, chief executive of CapitaLand Residential Singapore, the company developing the site, told the Daily Mail. "While structurally a high-rise apartment, Sky Habitat will give residents the feeling of living in a house. This is because of the natural ventilation, lush gardens, sky bridges and open walkways that surround them."
Mr. Safdie, architect of Sky Habitat, also participated in the design of the GBP4 billion ($6 billion) Marina Bay Sands Hotel, which has a 150 meter infinity pool (492 foot) 55 stories high.
Watch a video "flythrough" of the building here.