The SkyHabitat features numerous common spaces for recreation and interaction, along withsky bridges that help with natural ventilation and daylighting. The cascading volumes are dotted with terraces and gardens for a high-quality lifestyle.
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The complex comprises a total of 61,000 square meters with 509 residential units distributed across 38-story volumes. The size of the units varies, with two, three and four-bedrooms. Recreational and communal spacesinclude leisure pools, a 50-meter lap pool, children’s pool, a play area, tennis court, barbeque pits, karaoke rooms, a function room and a gymnasium.
+ Safdie Architects
Via World Architecture News