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Saturday, November 12, 2016

So, why would we want sky-courts?

So that is how each and every resident in this new type of apartment can be afforded with a shared and a private garden. Before we go on to the cost aspect I’d like to dwell on this issue first.




If you live in this type of apartment, you share a communal courtyard with small number of households, making it easy for neighbours to get to know and interact each other.



There is sufficient space and light to allow trees to be planted just outside your high-rise home. 



With many “eyes” overlooking the sky-court along with safety measures such as a garden fence at the edge of the sky-court and child barriers at strategic locations, the sky-court can be made safe for children. 




Children can play just outside in the courtyard, making the high-rise more suitable for families.





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