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  • Grandview360 marks ONG&ONG’s maiden foray into the city of Johor and will involve expertise from its architectural and interior design disciplines. This residential complex will consist of three tower blocks, each 25 storeys high and facing a river view to the north and Singapore to the south. Spanning a total of 443 apartment units, the condominium’s […]


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  • Boasting a total of 475 units within three 5-storey blocks and one 14-storey block, the development can be found along Upper Thomson Road, putting it right in the heart of nature. By retaining the single 14-storey block, the inter-block spacing was maximised, creating spacious grounds for the common facilities and landscaping, which include a 50-metre lap […]


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Parkview Eclat is a high-end residential development with a water-themed landscape to complement the Art-deco style of its architectural style. The outdoor spaces are organised along two major axes. A main axis runs from the main building to the landscape deck, punctuated by water fountains and exquisite sculptures. This continues across the horizontal plane and […]


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