The latest wacky high-rise by Rem Koolhaas' practice will house 68 luxury flats and will sit at the corner of Scotts Road and Cairnhill Road, close to the city-state's famous Orchard Road, and follows a number of recent Rem projects, including a US skyscraper (Rem stacks big in New Jersey ).
The building's four individual apartment towers will be suspended at different heights from the central core.
The scheme has been designed chiefly by Ole Scheeren, director of OMA's office in Beijing and the man responsible for the massive 575,000m2 CCTV tower and TVCC cultural centre currently under construction in the Chinese metropolis.
Scheeren said: 'The design vertically redistributes the floor area in four alternating towers to create a skyscraper in which architectural and urbanistic concerns merge with mechanisms that create added value.
'The architecture, in this sense, goes beyond form and generates symbiotic qualities.'