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An ultra-luxury property in Singapore’s Prime District – EDEN by Swire Properties

With architecture helmed by a starchitect, EDEN embraces Singapore’s lush environs.

Jul 19, 2019 | By LUXUO

Inspired by Singapore’s vision as a “garden city,” a leading Hong-Kong based property firm has gone ahead to develop the first “Ultra-Luxury Residences” with sustainable development features. Called EDEN by Swire Properties, this property sits on prime land and is close to Shangri-la Hotel Singapore.

Eden is ensconced in sylvan surroundings

Located at 2 Draycott Park in the esteemed District 10, the property is stone’s throw away to Orchard Road’s famous shopping enclave. EDEN features 20 single-floor apartments in total, each unit with an area of over 3000 square feet comprising of four en-suite bedrooms.

Architect Thomas Heatherwick with the model of Eden property

Designed by the renowned designer Thomas Heatherwick of Heatherwick Studio, it is his first residential project in Asia!

The unique balconies of Eden

We wanted to create something distinct for Singapore to contrast a skyline filled with angular steel and glass towers. Our design recreates the verdant garden access once ubiquitous in the city’s homes, extending the landscape of Singapore from ground level through the building via hanging gardens. This is truly a home in a garden, where residents can enjoy an unparalleled lifestyle.

The rigorous and striking structure of Eden

EDEN offers an opulent view with archetypal hanging balconies, where homeowners can enjoy 270-degree views and complete privacy. Natural ventilation and cantilevered balconies provide shade with windows opened on three sides to allow natural cross ventilation, reducing the energy consumption and need for airconditioning. The chosen building material for the façade is concrete as it reduces the amount of warm air aiding natural cooling. Read about why investing in Singapore property is now the destination for ultra wealthy.

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