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Taking the high ground in history.
The name Cairnhill is from the man who built the first house in that area, Charles Carnie, in 1848. He was the owner of a nutmeg plantation on a hill near the Orchard Road area, and the hill on which he built his house became known as Carnie’s Hill. In 1884, the house was redeveloped into a bungalow for the manager of a bank. Soon, the area attracted many wealthy and notable families who built large mansions and terrace houses, some of which exists until today.
By the 1900s, Cairnhill was becoming a suburb of choice not just for
the Europeans but for the rich Asians – Chinese, Jews, Indians and Arabs who made personal fortunes out of trade and property. Eminent residents included Tan Kah Kee, the rubber tycoon and philanthropist, and Tan Chin Tuan, the prominent banker. Gradually a third group joined the wealthy – the professionals, principally doctors, lawyers, and architects. It was this group of professionals that gave Cairnhill its cosmopolitan flavour. Up to this day, Cairnhill still retains its hallmark as one of Singapore’s most prestigious address.
Cairnhill 16, a luxurious high end development at 16 Cairnhill Rise, is an exclusive 15 Storey freehold development nestled in the prime residential district of Cairnhill. Minutes’ walk from Orchard Road and Newton MRT station, this centrally located property is well connected and within easy access to theconvenience of Singapore’s exclusive shopping belt.
Inspired by nature, Cairnhill 16 is an oasis in the heart of the city, featuring 39 luxurious units set in an idyllic garden environment. The approach along Cairnhill Rise reveals a development with a contemporary yet unique façade that boldly distinguishes itself from its neighbours.
The sleek lines of the curtain wall are juxtaposed with the distinct and interesting play of timber inspired lattice and timber coloured aluminium screens in harmonious composition; the cool steel edging contrasting tastefully with the warm timber toned surfaces. The combination expressed in a geometric modernist form appeals to a discerning and sophisticated clientele.
Entrance drop-off featuring 16 water candles as a strong focal and memorable physical address for the development
Lobby textured feature wall gives an illusion of movement, which uplifts and inspires arrival.
A 20m azure pool appears as it originates from the woods, gently vanishing over an infinity edge beckoning residents for a rejuvenating afternoon respite.
An iconic 2-storey multi-purpose pavilion with a feature tree that overlooks the pools and landscape in the development.
A kid’s pool with water bubblers.
A long linear 3-4 m tall green cage was proposed to create a cozy, private secluded corner for a Jacuzzi Pool with a trellis above it.
Indoor gym – overlooking the landscape and pool.
2nd Storey Fitness Terrace
7th Storey Reading Lounge
A Teppanyaki themed outdoor dining with refined cooking facilities such as electrical operating hot plate, granite counter top with sink and adequate seating.
A BBQ charcoal grill themed outdoor dining experience with facilities such as grill pit, granite countertop with sink and adequate seating.
Linear water feature with bubblers and planters at the background that give an upscale touch to the development as a point of interest.