HomeTeam NSmen and their loved ones can look forward to a brand-new clubhouse in HomeTeamNS Bedok, which will be unveiled in Q4 2022.
Themed as a Waterfront Haven, HomeTeamNS Bedok is the only reservoir-fronting clubhouse in Singapore. Nestled within the lush greenery of Bedok Reservoir Park, the clubhouse is designed to blend in with nature, offering a relaxing and picturesque clubhouse experience.
Artist Impression of the Multi-Level Obstacle Course, Climbing Walls and Net Maze fitted with The Gamifier in Action Motion
The clubhouse also boasts an array of facilities for all ages. One of the key highlights of the upcoming Smart Clubhouse is the Action Motion which features Digital Active Experiences such as an Augmented-Reality (AR) Bouldering Wall, an Augmented-Reality (AR) Trampoline Game as well as a Multi-Level Obstacle Course, Climbing Walls and Net Maze fitted with The Gamifier. The Gamifier captures the timing and activity scores of participants and displays them on a leaderboard in the Arena. The Gamifier will enhance the participants’ active adventure experience with competition, quests and accomplishments.
Artist Impression of the Augmented-Reality (AR) Trampoline Game in Action Motion
Other facilities include a 6-lane 50m long infinity swimming pool and Aqua Adventure - an indoor water adventure playground. The latter features the tallest indoor water slides in Singapore with a high-element water obstacle course and scramble net challenges.
The East Villa features 10 Waterfront-facing 2-storey concept villas with sheltered BBQ patios perfect for family gatherings, staycations and weekend getaways.
HomeTeamNS Bedok Mancave BBQ Patio
If you're on the look-out for chill-out spaces, then you can check out the ManCaves at HomeTeamNS Bedok. The hangout spaces include amenities like complimentary Wi-Fi, a built-in kitchenette with a fridge, karaoke system and BBQ patio, with reservoir views.
On the sustainability front, Bedok clubhouse will feature eco-friendly initiatives similar to Khatib clubhouse. The new clubhouse will have a rainwater harvesting and drip-irrigation system for greater efficiency in water conservation. Solar photovoltaic (PV) panels will also be set up across a provisional area of 1,000 sqm to offset the building’s energy consumption by an estimated 2 per cent. Installation of charging stations for electric cars are also in the pipeline.
The clubhouse is designed to boost natural ventilation with an overhanging balcony that acts as shading for lower floors, and the materials used are designed to reduce heat gain by the building and reduce the clubhouse’s overall energy consumption.
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