top of page

Bienvenue à la Maison

SkyTerrace @Dawson

Completed earlier this year, multi-design award-winning SkyVille and SkyTerrace @Dawson have already made several headlines for their inspired designs incorporating green features, communal spaces and multi-generational considerations.

Boasting of flexible layout possibilities by virtue of its column- and beam-free design, SkyVille and SkyTerrace @Dawson allow residents to design their home based on each families’ needs, as opposed to older HDB designs with columns and beams dividing each room that tend to restrict changes in layout.

Here at Urban Habitat, we have taken advantage of this unique offering by SkyTerrace and knocked down all the internal bedroom walls of a 4-room layout to give mummy and daddy a spacious bedroom with a ten-and-a-half-foot long wardrobe, a dressing table and plenty of circulation space to spare.

Although the original three bedrooms have been reduced to two, the two bedrooms offer equally large spaces which would have been difficult to achieve in conventional HDB layouts with columns and beams. The second bedroom can be shared by two children or even just for one child, since young families these days tend to have only one or two children. The room is spacious enough to house a queen sized bed or a super single bunk bed if the kids wish to have more space for activities. The ten-foot long wardrobe and nine-foot long desk are also sufficient for two. The entrance to the room has also been fitted with a pocket sliding door to keep the layout neat and spacious.

Bienvenue à la Maison

Home to exquisite cuisine, chic boutiques and enchanting architecture, arguably the world’s most beautiful city, Paris, is a favourite vacation destination to many. Beyond the Eiffel Tower and River Seine, the city is famous for its café culture where coffees are priced to