Aerial Cinematography for the Interlace
Aerial cinematography is not just about flying a drone and taking random shots. To shoot beautiful architectural shots, a lot goes into planning, observing the light, the angles, planning the route, and just good old eye for beauty and details.
This aerial cinematography of the Interlace was shot during the morning sunrise and evening sunset. We only have a small window to capture the best footage and as you can see from the footage, the golden sunlight shining on the interlace represents beauty and aerial cinematography at its finest.
The Interlace, one of the largest and most ambitious residential developments in Singapore, presents a radically new approach to contemporary living in a tropical environment.
Designed by Ole Scheeren, partner of OMA, The Interlace adopts a new residential typology which breaks away from the standard isolated, vertical apartment towers of Singapore. The large-scale complex takes a more expansive and interconnected approach to living through communal spaces which are integrated into its lush surrounding greenbelt.
Thirty-one apartment blocks, each standing at six-storeys tall and identical in length, are stacked in a hexagonal arrangement to form eight large open and permeable courtyards. The stacked formations allow light and air to flow through the architecture and surrounding landscape. developed by Capitaland and Hotel Properties Limited, The Interlace covers 170,000 m² of gross floor area and will house 1,040 apartment units of varying size.