These pictures show a remarkable 38-storey twin skyscraper which is joined by a bridge that residents can swim across. The distinctive Sky Habitat is a 574-room residential development which will be located right at the heart of Bishan, Singapore.
But the unusual tower’s defining feature is the Sky Pool on the 38th floor. Anyone lucky enough to call one of these luxurious apartments home may take a dip in the infinity pool while enjoying spectacular views across the city.
The building had a good mix of flats ranging from one-bedroom flats with a small study all the way up to four-bedroom units.
The skyscraper was designed by Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie and will be completed in 2015. SEE MORE AFTER CUT>>>>>>
These amazing pictures show the Sky Habitat twin skyscraper in Singapore which will have an infinity pool on the 38th floor (pictured)
The remarkable 28-storey apartment block, located in central Bishain, will have 574 residential apartments
Linked: The unique tower will have three bridges which link the two towers together – all of which provide exceptional views across the city
Relaxed: The exclusive tower complex will have another enormous pool on the ground floor – which is surrounded by palm trees
Across the city: This computer generated image shows the potential views residents could enjoy across the Singapore city
Inspired: The towers were designed by Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie, who was inspired by Habitat 67 – a housing complex built in Montreal in 1967
Work in progress: The amazing building – which will have a variety of apartment sizes – should be completed by the end of next year
Practicalities: A diagram shows the layout of the ground floor of the complex – which includes a water wall and a pool island