Dunearn 386 nestles in a quaint corner of an established residential estate; at the junction of Dunearn and Adam Road.
The development strives to negate the constraints of a small site and create an inviting series of spaces using changing vistas and levels. The five-storey building optimizes surrounding views and encourages effective cross-ventilation, featuring 12 housing units .
Beautiful curtain walls blend seamlessly with the expressed verticality of the building, creating a contiguous connection between tall surrounding trees and the architecture. This visual effect blends together the dense surrounding landscapes, creating an impression of an oasis within the forest where one resides with nature.
Cosy private enclosed spaces are carved out along the building’s façades; providing much needed respite. Tropical greens provide shade and relaxing views as they allow residents to immerse themselves within the lush landscape whilst chilling inside their homes.
A touch of class is achieved by the arches that manifest themselves in different forms and in different spaces. They serve as unifying vocabulary of the modern architectural language.
The development’s unit mix consists of a range of small 1-2 studios to larger 4 to 5 bedroom types, with the latter offering dual-key configurations. Many of the larger units have kitchens opening out to an adjacent balcony, offering a unique lifestyle and dining experience.
The lushly planted roof deck is well-equipped with a lap pool and BBQ pavilion. The roof deck and roof garden cleverly maximises the green plot ratio and recreational amenities despite the constraint of a small site.