The Interlace

The Interlace is an apartment building complex in Queenstown, Singapore. It is noteworthy for its break from the typical tower design in cities with high population densities by resembling Jenga blocks irregularly stacked upon each other.

Designed by The Office for Metropolitan Architecture, it was awarded the World Building of the Year title at the 2015 World Architecture Festival. The 170,000 square meters Interlace complex sits on 8 hectares of land, at the corner of Depot Road and Alexandra


The Interlace

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The Interlace


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180 Depot Road

The Interlace is readily accessible to leisure and business hubs as well as transport connections. It is a five-minute drive to VivoCity, and Resorts World Sentosa, a 10-minute drive to the Central Business District and 15-minute drive to Orchard Road.

For nature lovers, the development is within walking distance to the HortPark which is a national park connected to the Southern Ridges, Telok Blangah Hill Park and Kent Ridge Park. The West Coast Park, another recreational area, is about a 15-minute drive away.

Educational institutes in the area include ISS International School (American College), National University of Singapore, United World College, Anglo-Chinese Junior College, Anglo-Chinese Independent School, INSEAD and Crescent Girls’ School.

It provides a full suite of recreational facilities, including the clubhouse, a jogging track, tennis courts, outdoor exercise stations, play zones, party pavilions and a BBQ promenade. The eight large-scale, landscaped courtyards on the grounds comprise a Central Square, Water Park (50-metre lap pool, children’s pool, family pool and Jacuzzi pool), Play Hills, Spa Valley, Theatre Plaza, Bamboo Garden, Lotus Pond and Waterfall Terrace (reflective pool and party pool).

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99 Years Leasehold

High Rise

24 Storeys

Year 2013

2, 3, 4 Bedroom

Sold Out

Full Facilities

5 Min to MRT


The Interlace