A 60m deep ex-tin mine sets the backdrops for an eco-township with a lush waterpark running along the entire East-West axis. The lake creates the ideal setting for the town centre with stepped terraces and water edge dining and activities. Water from the tin mine is pumped to the Eastern and Western edge to form a river that carries through the entire town. This blue and green strategy ensures that every housing precinct is surrounded by nature.

The alternating bands of green and building parallel with the central park are closely coupled to ensure maximum green exposure for all precincts. The club facilities stretch out with ample space on these green strips. In the North South direction, network of view corridors and pathways offers physical relief and reduces the scale of the buildings.


A central park, created with a unique concept of “a garden with houses”, binds the entire scheme together. New water way weaves through the whole township. As an extension of existing commercial node, the township connects to surrounding nodes by monorail and the central town centre is within walking distance to all units. The township is designed with car light road system.

Strips of green roof of the low and mid-rise blocks form penthouses’ decks. Bungalows and towers with mid-level gardens form the premium real estate for this development. The height profiles of the different layers alternate by varying the apex location, keeping the profiles out of phase and maximizing views.