Reflections at Keppel Bay
Designer: Studio Daniel Libeskind
Client: Keppel Land Limited
“An ingenious masterpiece by Daniel Libeskind, Reflections at Keppel Bay rises like an ascending symphony of chords, with its soaring towers and low-rise villa-styled apartment blocks. The alternating heights and double curvature of the towers create a unique interplay of changing light planes and reflecting angles, presenting a spectacular sight at every turn.
Housed within six sky towers and 11 fan-shaped villa apartment blocks are 1,129 well-appointed luxury homes. The apartment units were meticulously designed to provide functional layout as well as to optimise the view of the waterfront and lush landscape.
Drawing inspiration from the sea, the villa blocks line the coastline of Keppel Bay to maximise views of the sea and golf course, providing a unique waterfront living experience. The curved villa facades extend the sea-view frontage to more than 800 metres that would not have been possible if the villas were simply linear blocks.
The six double curvature towers were planned and designed where the land profile was more extensive. The alternating heights and double curvature of the towers create a unique interplay of changing light planes and reflecting angles, while the use of different glass surfaces of varying shades creates an interest-capturing multi-dimensional and pixelated façade. The towers are joined by nine sky bridges at different levels, which incorporate nine landscaped sky decks offering stunning panoramic views. Topping the towers are majestic steel crowns filled with tropical greenery.
Site amenities include a crystalline-shaped double storey clubhouse and single storey gymnasium. More than 1,600 trees and countless shrubs graced the expansive grounds to create a luxuriant haven, meticulously placed on site to ensure its waterfront character is enhanced by the lush landscaping effect All these and a 100,000 sq feet reflecting pool skirting the six tower blocks are environmental compositions to complement the stunning architecture.”