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Project Details

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Project Details

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Project Details

Development name
32 Gilstead
Developer
Peak Vista (Kheng Leong Co.)
Address
32 Gilstead Road Singapore 309075
34 Gilstead Road Singapore 309078
District
11
Description
5-Storey Residential Flat (14 Units)
Development With A Basement Carpark,
Swimming Pool, & Communal Landscape Facilities On 32/34 Gilstead Road,
TS28 LOT 99446W & 99447V (Novena Planning Area)
No. of Units
14
Tenure of Land
Estate in Fee Simple (Freehold)
Expected Vacant Possession
TBC
Site Area
4,037.3 sqm / 43,458 sqft
Gross Floor Area
6,104.43 sqm
Gross Plot Ratio
1.4
Building Height
38.92m SHD
Carpark Lots
TBC
Concept Architect
Ernesto Bedmar Architects
Landscape Designer
Shunmyo Masuno
Interior Designer
Koichiro Ikebuchi
Main Contractor
TBC
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Masterful Collaboration

32 Gilstead is the result of impeccable collaboration by three luminaries of the highest order.
Concept Architect
Ernesto Bedmar
Ernesto Bedmar Architects is a Singapore-based architectural practice established in 2015, specialising in a wide range of architectural, conservation, landscape and interior designs.
Since its inception, it has always maintained a compact staff of multicultural personalities, designers with a singular desire to explore the relationships of buildings to nature with a particular emphasis on quality design and execution of its diversified portfolio.

The directors, Mr. Ernesto Bedmar and Mr. lylia Zakaria, personally liaise and direct each of the company's projects. Its portfolio includes works from all over Asia and many parts of the world.
Interior Architect
Koichiro Ikebuchi
Born in Osaka in 1965, Koichiro Ikebuchi moved to Singapore after obtaining his degree in architecture. With his extensive experience in interior design work, Ikebuchi started his own practice in Singapore and Osaka in 1996. His current company, Atelier Ikebuchi was set up in 2004.

Koichiro Ikebuchi has participated in a number of international design competitions and received numerous awards, including the Diamonds International Awards by De Beers, Design Award by Saporiti Italia, and President's Design Award Singapore.

Koichiro Ikebuchi has completed projects for clients across Asia, Middle East, Oceania and North America, with works ranging from luxury residences, hotels, offices and boutiques, to product design, including furniture and lighting.

Landscape Architect
Shunmyo Masuno
Shunmyo Masuno is an 18th generation Zen priest and founder of Japan Landscape Consultants, established in 1982, renowned worldwide for designing 21st century gardens inspired by ancient Zen traditions.

His two seemingly diverse roles are inextricably linked. In Zen ascetic practice, an emotion of the mind is found that is beyond words. It is through the art of landscaping that Masuno finds an avenue for expressing his emotion and inner feelings. It is a contemplative practice that involves meditation to understand the essence of each natural element before arranging them.

Achieving a balance between Zen tradition and contemporary expression, Masuno continues to draw renewed attention to the important role of garden architecture in today's world.