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Height: Occupied
131.8 m / 432 ft
Height: To Tip
147.9 m / 485 ft
Height: Architectural
147.9 m / 485 ft
SkyVille @ Dawson Outline
Floors Above Ground
47
Floors Below Ground
1
# of Elevators
13
Top Elevator Speed
3 m/s
Tower GFA
111,106 m² / 1,195,935 ft²
Development GFA
114,793 m² / 1,235,622 ft²
# of Apartments
960
# of Parking Spaces
527

Facts

Official Name SkyVille @ Dawson
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Singapore
City Singapore
Street Address & Map 85-88 Dawson Road
Postal Code 141085
Building Function residential
Structural Material concrete
Energy Label BCA Green Mark Platinum
Proposed 2007
Construction Start 2010
Completion 2015

Companies Involved

Owner/Developer Housing & Development Board
Architect
Design WOHA Architects
Structural Engineer
Engineer of Record LBW Consultants
MEP Engineer
Engineer of Record Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner (SE Asia) Pte. Ltd.
Main Contractor Hor Kew Private Limited
Other Consultant
• Landscape ICN Design International Pte. Ltd.
• LEED Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner (SE Asia) Pte. Ltd.
• Quantity Surveyor Davis Langdon KPK

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CTBUH Names Tall Building Award Winners and Finalists
22 Jun 2016 – Awards Event

Research Papers

Affordable Housing Under Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism
17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism

Garden City, Megacity: Rethinking Cities for the Age of Global Warming
17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism

Garden City, Megacity: Rethinking Cities For the Age of Global Warming
17 Oct 2016 – CTBUH Journal, 2016 Issue IV

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Affordable Housing Under Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism
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Rapid urbanization causes major problems of urban sprawl and social stratification, and at the same time it opens up new opportunities of shaping dense vertical urbanism…
Garden City, Megacity: Rethinking Cities for the Age of Global Warming
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This paper proposes an alternative to the continuing implementation of unsustainable 20th century urban planning models. By using WOHA’s mini-city projects and proposals…
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Tall Buildings in Southeast Asia - A Humanist Approach to Tropical High-Rise
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