The project is both an integrated mixed-use development (IMUD) and transit-oriented development (TOD) with four distinct functions as offices, service apartments, retails and a hotel. The project’s primary objective is to create added value functions, services and assets for its future users, tenants, patrons and investors, whilst constructing a landmark for Chan Saw Lin area. At 1,344 residential units, 38 retail commercial lots, a 235-room hotel and offices, Trion’s scheme comprises three high-rise towers atop an eight-storey podium with a basement. The design cornerstone is chipping off its rectangular plinth to create a more curvaceous form, much like a sculptural feature for its context. The lagoon-shaped indent here is designed as a garden to facilitate connectivity amongst the retails, offices, hotel and access points at ground level, objectively setting an equal attention throughout the design process.