PLP Architecture Unveils Singapore Tower Plans

22 April 2021 | General

PLP Architecture has revealed plans for a residential tower in Singapore called Park Nova.

The tower will have 54 apartments and is being designed for the urban to fit in with the rural, with an emphasis on green spaces. Buyers will be able to choose from homes with two-to-five bedrooms across twenty-one stories. It will also have a pool, jacuzzi, meditation deck, concierge and intimate residents’ pavilion. The sky terrace, which occupies the 14th floor and includes a gym and lounge, private function room, and additional outdoor space.

Park Nova has been designed by PLP Architecture for Shun Tak Holdings and is being delivered in collaboration with Southeast Asia-based P&T Group. It is PLP’s first residential high-rise tower and marries the practice’s noted expertise in sensitive luxury residential development with its experience creating innovative tall buildings throughout the world. The practice is currently designing other projects in Singapore and is exploring the establishment of a long-term presence in the Republic.

This post has originally been featured in Property Wire.