Property hunting may sound like a walk in the park but it takes more than just claiming the title deed ala placing a home token at your desired location in Monopoly. Reality reminds that bare-naked dream apartments will need some decór in order to be a livable nest (unless it’s a resale abode).
Furnishing—from choosing ideal fixtures and fittings to having an aesthetically pleasing colour scheme—can be a nightmare if done haphazardly or too deliberate. But thanks to the classy folks at Robb Report Singapore, you can sign the required documentation to this residence without breaking a sweat.
The high-end luxury magazine title, in partnership with developer Hong Fok Corporation, collaborates to transform a penthouse at Concourse Skyline into an opulent accommodation. Roping in acclaimed interior design company The ID Dept. whose portfolio spans luxury residences such as Pearl Island, The Orchard Residences, Cairnhill 9, Oceanfront Sentosa, Goodwood Residence and numerous others, those with a penchant for the finest things in life will find this first-of-its-kind 11000sqft three-level living space appealing. Rest assured, this all-star team will translate and instil the essence of Robb Report in every nook and cranny to provide a lofty experience to its owners.
Truly an asset to brag about and come home to, Concourse Skyline Penthouse can be in your possession for a handsome eight-figure sum with justifiable reasons—location, unobstructed view of the scenic Marina Bay Waterfront, and most importantly, state-of-the-art household necessities by gathering more than 20 avengers-equivalent of distinguished luxury brands such as Montblanc, Lladro, Delonghi Group, Leica and Sarment that’ll improve your quality of life.
Jaw-dropping highlights include:
Kaldewei’s Soundwave bathtub
Making its debut in Singapore at the penthouse, this bathtub (in an exclusive matte black colour), which encapsulates sound, uses a cutting-edge bath audio system that plays music when connected to a smartphone, tablet or laptop via Bluetooth.
Ron Arad’s rocking chair
Only a dozen produced and available in the world, marvel at the chair’s construction which is impressively made from a singular curved steel blade that has been treated with iron oxide and finished with a polyurethane foam seat covered by leather hand-patinated in France.
LASVIT’s Sonata glass installation
Gathering a group of creative glassmaking artisans, this progressive Czech-based company developed a musically-inspired installation to be suspended in the living room. Don’t be shy, close proximity will get you an intense aural experience.
Peony Light by Maurizio Galante and Tal Lancman
Previously exhibited at AD Interiors in 2017, this is the third piece from a series that doesn’t use LED or traditional electric light. Instead, a visible stream of fluid luminous light flows within the neon tube.
Nathalie Ziegler’s customised chandelier
Renowned glass artist Ziegler experiments with silvering techniques on the fragile medium, which are challenging to work on but possesses a potential for limitless variations. You’ll want to be present when she arrives in Singapore to install this piece herself.