Inside a $20million duplex penthouse in Singapore, Designed by celebrity designer Peter Tay.
V on Shenton Duplex Penthouse is located in the heart of Singapore's Central Business District, the former UIC Building dominated the city skyline as Singapore’s tallest building for many years following its completion in 1973 and formed part of an important collection of towers located along Shenton Way. Recently the area has undergone a rejuvenation and transformation and V on Shenton - the new UIC building - forms part of this redevelopment.
The mixed-use programming of V on Shenton presents a unique situation in this area of the city. The dual programming of office and residential is a unique situation in this area and the massing of the towers is designed to reflect this.
The office tower corresponds to the scale of the area opposite the residential tower, which rises up to distinguish itself from the surrounding buildings. The office and residential facades originate from the same family of patterns.
The basic shape of the hexagon is used to create patterns which increase the performance of the facades, with angles and shading devices that are responsive to the climatic conditions of Singapore. Each tower is framed by 'chamfers', forming a line that brings together the composition of the residential tower, the office tower and the plinth. During the day the chamfers appear smooth, in contrast to the textured surfaces of the facades. At night the chamfers are lit as a continuous line. Along with the facades, a series of sky gardens play an integral part in developing the sustainable lifestyle of the 'V on Shenton'.
These lush green spaces provide a refuge from the city and the climate and vegetation naturally provide fresher, cleaner air.
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UIC Building, Singapore