Daniel Libeskind, Reflections at Keppel Bay

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Daniel Libeskind’s project won a special award for the Residential Building of the Year at the Emirates Glass LEAF Awards 2012.

Daniel Libeskind, Reflections at Keppel Bay
The new residential complex in Singapore designed by Studio Daniel Libeskind is composed of six high towers surrounded by a series of low buildings for a total of 1,129 apartments.

The project received a special award from the jury of the Emirates Glass LEAF Awards 2012.

The architect, Daniel Libeskind designed two distinct types of housing for the different types of building that the project is composed of: the lower villa blocks along the coast and the six elegant towers.

The architectural complex is at the entrance of the historical port of Singapore, Keppel Bay.
The six undulating towers make up the main characteristic feature of the project with their shifting irregular forms that create openings and gaps between the structures giving every apartment along the seashore panoramic views of Sentosa, the golf course and Mount Faber.

(Agnese Bifulco)

Project: Studio Daniel Libeskind, DCA Architects PTE Ltd,
Location: Keppel Bay, Singapore
Gallery: © Courtesy of Keppel Bay Pte Ltd-a Keppel Land Company



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