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    ironically, so far, its the highest end, ie far east's "inessence" brand which provides white plan units for buyers to design their own and determine how many bedrooms they want. boulevard vue, alba, skyline @ orchard.

    logically, should be able to be implemented for mass mkt condos too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bargain hunter
    ironically, so far, its the highest end, ie far east's "inessence" brand which provides white plan units for buyers to design their own and determine how many bedrooms they want. boulevard vue, alba, skyline @ orchard.

    logically, should be able to be implemented for mass mkt condos too?
    demountable partition wall shd be very easy to implement....especially for side by side bedrooms or those 1+study units(as i always find the study room too tiny )....since nowadays the common bedrooms r so so tiny.....shd give buyer a choice

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    demountable partition wall shd be very easy to implement....especially for side by side bedrooms or those 1+study units(as i always find the study room too tiny )....since nowadays the common bedrooms r so so tiny.....shd give buyer a choice
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    i am sure someday it will be done this way ( which would be like some 5yrs behind US)

    then you know lah ... developers will use this concept as if they are being innovative and sell even more expensive

    and ignorant singaporeans will also think they will be the first to have such 'freedom' to configure their condo .. and willingly get 'robertised' ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    duno how those buyer who just recently bot robinson suites(subsale) feels.... quantum almost half price........and livable space similar....(comparing skysuites 398sqft vs RS 495sqft)

    50 Robinson Road #12-05
    Freehold
    $2842
    614
    $1744k
    09 Feb 11
    50 Robinson Road #13-04
    Freehold
    $2878
    495
    $1425k
    01 Feb 11
    50 Robinson Road #11-05
    Freehold
    $2805
    614
    $1721k
    01 Feb 11
    50 Robinson Road #12-04
    Freehold
    $2840
    495
    $1406k
    28 Jan 11
    50 Robinson Road #13-05
    Freehold
    $2882
    614
    $1768k
    28 Jan 11


    *the fund managed to subsold some units
    robinson suites FH mah... go ahead and pay premium lor

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    Quote Originally Posted by proud owner
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    i am sure someday it will be done this way ( which would be like some 5yrs behind US)

    then you know lah ... developers will use this concept as if they are being innovative and sell even more expensive

    and ignorant singaporeans will also think they will be the first to have such 'freedom' to configure their condo .. and willingly get 'robertised' ...
    i actually tinking of implementing this concept in a 1+study unit....duno how much does it cost to hack away the 'dry' wall and install a demountable wall.....

    by the way, the demountable wall can be folded? if demount, we nid to keep it somewhere rite....hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    i actually tinking of implementing this concept in a 1+study unit....duno how much does it cost to hack away the 'dry' wall and install a demountable wall.....

    by the way, the demountable wall can be folded? if demount, we nid to keep it somewhere rite....hehe
    do u need approval from condo management ?
    or even URA or SLA ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by proud owner
    do u need approval from condo management ?
    or even URA or SLA ?
    tot after CSC no nid wor...as long engaged those duno wat BCA approved contractors to do the job?

    anybody care to share?

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    tot after CSC no nid wor...as long engaged those duno wat BCA approved contractors to do the job?

    anybody care to share?
    well for landed anything goes

    for condo ... when doing such reno .. you need to submit to mgtm office ... so that they security will let the workers in ... hang up protective covers for the lift etc etc

    so no way you can do it quietly without they knowing

    and if they dont approve how ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by proud owner
    well for landed anything goes

    for condo ... when doing such reno .. you need to submit to mgtm office ... so that they security will let the workers in ... hang up protective covers for the lift etc etc

    so no way you can do it quietly without they knowing

    and if they dont approve how ??
    ya...jus nid to inform ur condo mgmt office for reno works.....dun hf to really give details one....

    i tink hacking dun nid any formal approval...partitioning requires i tink

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    Anybody with experience for master br toilet without window normally found in 1br/studo?? Is it really necessary to install a ventilator to pump the air out, what is the route and how is that possible?
    Ride at your own risk !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantom_opera
    Anybody with experience for master br toilet without window normally found in 1br/studo?? Is it really necessary to install a ventilator to pump the air out, what is the route and how is that possible?
    common bathrooms without windows aso required to haf a ventilator....

    it basically provide air flow and usually channelled out to a/c ledge area.....when smbody 'pang sai' u better dun stand close to the other end of the ventilation hole....haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    common bathrooms with windows aso required to haf a ventilator....

    it basically provide air flow and usually channelled out to a/c ledge area.....when smbody 'pang sai' u better dun stand close to the other end of the ventilation hole....haha
    You mean by routing it in parallel to the air con pipe?? that requires some hacking isn't it?
    Ride at your own risk !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantom_opera
    You mean by routing it in parallel to the air con pipe?? that requires some hacking isn't it?
    i not sure liao....when i collect the keys...its oredi done by the developer wor...

    mine is thru false ceiling and link to a/c ledge....duno how they route it internally

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    Not so simple as it has to be designed with the future of having demountable system. For example, there may be gas/water pipes, electrical wires embedded in the wall. Check carefully before you hack the wall.
    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    ya...jus nid to inform ur condo mgmt office for reno works.....dun hf to really give details one....

    i tink hacking dun nid any formal approval...partitioning requires i tink

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    It is not so easy. There are gas pipes, water pipes and electrical wires embedded in the walls.
    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    ya...jus nid to inform ur condo mgmt office for reno works.....dun hf to really give details one....

    i tink hacking dun nid any formal approval...partitioning requires i tink

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    gas pipe, water pipe can move around. Pang Sai (WC) pipe needs to go through the floor slab to floor below. That cannot be changed.

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    Quoted 730K+ for 24th flr, works out to be 2kpsf for the 365sq ft unit

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtrax
    Quoted 730K+ for 24th flr, works out to be 2kpsf for the 365sq ft unit
    abt there bcoz starts from 69xk for 12th flr.....and every flr 3k.....

    i tink really priced to sell...wondering hows the sales....any idea?

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    Low flr not release? I think they wanna retain poolview units to see at much higher prices

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    abt there bcoz starts from 69xk for 12th flr.....and every flr 3k.....

    i tink really priced to sell...wondering hows the sales....any idea?
    $700+k is really affordable for many..
    will it affect prices for icon n altez?

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