Boasting arguably Asia’s most thriving property market as well some of its most majestic cityscapes, it is no wonder that Singapore’s residential high rises continue to be among the most coveted real estate tickets right now.

A grand piano sits under a hanging chandelier in the living room, with panoramic views of Singapore’s cityscape on full display

And just months after billionaire inventor James Dyson tapped Singapore as his new home and moved into his £43m five-bedroom luxury penthouse atop Wallich Residence – the Lion City’s highest point at 290 metres – another super penthouse has been officially unveiled in the past weeks.

The penthouse is lavishly adorned with sultry tones, specially created artworks and bespoke furniture

Perched across the 39th to 41st floors of the Concourse Skyline residential tower in the heart of Singapore’s Beach Road is The Concourse Skyline Penthouse, which spans an extraordinary 11,130sqft (giving it its ‘super penthouse’ status according to List Sotheby’s International Realty) and was conceived by developer Hong Fok Land Limited in collaboration with magazine Robb Report Singapore and acclaimed design firm The I.D. Dept.

The dining room looks out to the Singapore Flyer and Marina Bay Sands
The open kitchen, which shares the same space as the living room, offers the perfect spot for entertaining guests

These star-studded credentials set the stage for the lair’s masterfully considered interiors that suavely marries timeless splendour with urban sophistication, outfitted in bespoke furnishings and décor items, extensively sourced pieces and smart technologies.

One-of-a-kind portraits created by Maurizio Savini hang on the walls of the master en suite
The master bathroom’s custom Meisterstuck Soundwave matte black bathtub can be transformed into a speaker and pulsates to the beat of the music when connected to a bluetooth device

Lending to the grandeur of the marble-clad, high-ceilinged ground floor, reached via a private elevator, are many exclusive made-to-order items such as a Nathalie Ziegler’s glass chandelier, a rocking chair (one of 12 pieces in the world) by British-Israeli designer Ron Arad and a Lasvit installation suspended above a Yamaha GB1K grand piano. Paintings, sculptures, hand-crafted wallpaper and fabrics embellish many of the rooms.

The study evokes a sultry elegance 

Steps away from the main living and dining areas on the ground floor is a bespoke spa and wellness room sure to thrill the jet-setting occupants the penthouse is designed for. The ultimate luxury after a hectic work trip? A pampering session by an on-demand Six Senses Spa masseuse just one call away, of course.

City panoramas can be enjoyed throughout the penthouse's three storeys, including the jacuzzi-equipped rooftop

Further gems are uncovered as you climb towards the second floor that exudes a more intimate sensibility. Five bedrooms include a master en suite huge enough to fit two king beds; next to which a private outdoor pool sits on part of the terrace, offering just the perfect little al fresco breakfast spot every morning. Over in the bathroom, a bespoke Meisterstuck Soundwave matte black bathtub – which can be transformed into a speaker and pulsates to the beat of the music when connected to a bluetooth device – sits next to his-and-hers walk-in closets, twin sinks and a standing shower.

The city's most famous attractions are on full display from the rooftop's bar area
The outdoor pool is built right next to the master en suite, offering a perfect little poolside spot for breakfasts in the sun

The stunning roof garden in turn is transformed into a sprawling entertaining space that is perfect for al fresco barbecues – all that, to be enjoyed right in front of spectacular panoramic views of the city’s glittering skyline punctuated by Marina Bay Sands and the Singapore Flyer. 

The property is handled by List Sotheby’s International Realty.

Photos courtesy of Robb Report Singapore and List Sotheby’s International Realty.

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