Singapore Pinnacle@Duxton has been awarded by the Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES), being one among the top 50 engineering achievements. The project was the first 50-storey public housing development in Singapore.
The Pinnacle@Duxton is situated where the first 2 HDB rental building were built in year 1963, it represents the progress of Singapore in home ownership and public housing for the past 50 years, according to Housing and Development Board (HDB).
The project consists 7 residential building that are connected together by twelve continuous skybridges, making possibly the 400m as the longest sky gardens in Singapore public housing history.
Apart from Pinnacle@Duxton, another 2 HDB projects were also recognised, such as the Lift Upgrading Programme (LUP), in which it provides direct lift access to residents, and My Waterway@Punggol, which is the first man-made waterway designed.
Singapore is home to some spectacular art and design of buildings, including private homes like The Interlace at the junction of Deport and Alexandra Road, and Thomson Grand by Luxury Green Development Pte. Ltd.