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CanningHill Piers 康宁河湾 Developer:
City Developments Limited & CapitaLand
CanningHill Piers Residences’ Sure-win Developer Partnership
Jointly put together by arguably the best 3 property players of Singapore, Canninghill Piers Residences is probably the best bet in today’s high-quality property climate.
CDL is one big name everyone knows. With presence in almost 30 countries and counting more than 100 sites, CDL is a true-blue award clincher with numerous accolades under its belt. Listed with the stock exchange of Singapore, this 55-year-old giant is anything but mediocre. It prides itself as the longest lasting Singapore outfit included in the Global Most Sustainable Corporations, which pretty much sums up the company’s stirling performance all these decades.
Retail malls at Paya Lebar Square and BT Centre in Singapore are LKHS main investment properties. Managed by The Ascott Group, both serviced apartments Citadines Balestier and Lyf @ Farrer are owned by LKHS. In addition, LKHS also owns the deluxe hotel in Perth, Australia under the Duxton Hotel brand.
CapitaLand without doubt is among Asia’s most prominent property companies. Also listed with the nation’s stock exchange, CapitaLand boasts of global presence with products such mega shopping malls, mixed developments, residential condos and apartments, REITs and offices. With foothold in more than 20 countries consisting of over 200 sites, CapitaLand is another proud performer and award winner ranging from investor relation, fine corporate governance and sustainability.
Ascott REITS stands tall with its reputation as the biggest hospitality company in Asia Pacific. With presence across 15 countries and managing more than 16000 units, it sure is another force to be reckoned with. Similar to the 2 partners, Ascott REITS is also a public listed company with the Stock Exchange of Singapore.
CDL & CapitaLand’s latest treasure is none other than CanningHill Piers 康宁河湾, an upmarket integrated development with 696 units at 177 River Valley Road which includes a hotel, a serviced residence and commercial outfits like a retail mall “CanningHill Square 康宁坊”. CanningHill Piers is targeted to gain its TOP status in 2025.
CanningHill Piers 康宁河湾 Architect:
Bjarke Ingels Group was established by Bjarke Ingels in the year 2005. This was after he co-founded PLOT Architects in 2001 and worked at the Office of Metropolitan Architecture in Rotterdam, The Nethelands. He is famed for designing buildings that are pragmatic and technically innovative and creative as his projects are cost effective and resource conscious. Numerous awards are added to his name for his award-winnings designs and buildings. The awards include the following:
- BIG was awarded as Firm of the year by Architizer
- 2016: Bjarke named one of the 100 most influential people in the world today by Time Magazine
- 2011: Architectural Innovator of the Year awarded by the Wall Street Journal
- 2011: Danish Crown Prince’s Culture Prize
- 2009: Urban Land Institute (ULI) Award for Excellence
- 2004: The Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale
Besides being an influential public speaker at TED, WIRED, 10 Downing Street, World Economic Forum and AMCHAM, Bjarke has also taught at Harvard Uni, Yale Uni, Rice Uni and Columbia Uni. He is also an honorary professor at School of Architecture in Copenhagen and Royal Academy of Arts.
Bjarke Ingels Group (B. I. G.)
BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group comprises a group of architects, builders, designers and thinkers based in Copenhagen, London and New York involved in the areas of architecture, urbanism and R&D. Currently, their works span across North and South America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. BIG’s architectural creation comes about through the careful analysis of how modern life is in constant evolution and change brought about by global economic flows, multicultural exchange and communication technology.
Like a form of programmatic alchemy, BIG creates architecture by mixing conventional everyday ingredients like living, leisure, shopping, parking and working: by targeting the overlap between utopia and pragmatism.