Historically, The Interlace has been a divisive condominium project by the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA). With cuboids stacked on top of each other, it is either regarded as an architectural must-visit in Singapore or a dry dock with shipping containers lined with windows piled higgledy-piggledy.
The owner of one of its penthouses is obviously part of the former group.
Occupying two storeys in a 12-level block, his apartment (3,800 sq ft) has, on one side, a full perspective of the development in all its layered glory. In stark contrast, the opposite side looks straight out to the verdant canopy of Labrador Nature Reserve in the distance. With the artistic touch of DM Interior Design Managing Director Wang Linfeng, the apartment is now a space that smoothly transitions between the two contrasting vistas.