Le Nouvel Ardmore

by Simon Yuen on Dec 28, 2015 in Architecture
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Designed by Pritzker Prize-winner Jean Nouvel, Le Nouvel Ardmore is Singapore’s latest luxury residential complex

Located in Ardmore Park, a traditional area for luxury houses in Singapore, Le Nouvel Ardmore by Wing Tai Asia offers great city and greenery views, as it is near the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

Le Nouvel Ardmore- Facade

"Le Nouvel Ardmore is our trophy development to celebrate our golden jubilee. We are delighted to introduce it to sophisticated buyers in Hong Kong who are looking for astute investment opportunities to own an exclusive luxury property in Singapore," says Edmund Cheng, deputy chairman of Wing Tai Holdings Ltd.

Le Nouvel Ardmore- Simplex Suite 1(JPG)

Designed by Jean Nouvel, winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, Le Nouvel Ardmore combines architecture and landscape from the ground level to the sky garden terraces. "I've updated what I understood of homes in Singapore and their essence. They're spacious homes with facilities, with everything one needs to enjoy himself in this climate, such as pools and gardens. But more than that, we've taken it a step further and created architecture that one can enjoy. That's why I've made a proposal for the art of living," Nouvel reveals.

Le Nouvel Ardmore- Simplex Suite 2

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