Sea Facing Living Spaces

ADDP Architects unite green-centric sustainable design and residential volume with new ‘Seaside Residences’ towers in Singapore

Sea Facing Living Spaces

The Seaside Residences comprise 841 residential units and two commercial spaces spread across four, 27-story towers, which are orientated in response to the local climate and provide residents with unobstructed, panoramic sea views. Each pair of towers are connected by a sky terrace and a communal space topped with lush gardens. The site’s location allows residents to easily connect to most parts of Singapore through a wide network of expressways.

Sustainable and environmentally friendly products, energy efficient features, water efficient fittings, electrical car charging stations and green features are used extensively. Horizontal and vertical sunscreens are integrated at the eastern and western facades. Each unit’s sea-facing living spaces and bedrooms are designed with full-height glazing and generous balconies that take advantage of sea views and natural lighting.

Sea Facing Living Spaces

At the ground level, an undulating entranceway is dressed with verdant plants and a landscaped deck. Resident’s vehicles are completely segregated from the recreational facilities and amenities, including an outdoor green space and swimming pool, with the parking facilities located at the basement level.

The project merges seaside living and urban density along the island-nation’s south-eastern coastline. The innovative site planning and layout is envisioned to contribute to the sense of pervasive greenery.
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