Hotels to condos, you can spot iconic structures and jaw-dropping buildings. These buildings boast impressive architecture buildings. The architecture in Singapore is mammoth and swanky complex. The city is packed with award-winning architectural wonders.
To highlight a few are these spectacular architecture buildings in Singapore:
#1. Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands is an iconic architecture building drawing the futuristic horizon of the island. The complex of the hotel changed completely with the Singapore’s financial center’s looks and it includes a shopping mall, a super casino, a theater, a modern art museum, and three towers offering an infinite pool. However, to plunge into the pool waters, get ready to spend money.
#2. Jewel Changi Airport
Jewel Changi airport is an architectural marvel, presenting an amalgamation of modern architecture and nature’s beauty. It is the brain child of Moshe Safdie and a consortium of architects. This airport reveals an inspiring lifestyle and is a must-see tourist attraction.
#3. ParkRoyal Collection Pickering, Singapore
The ParkRoyal Hotel Pickering in Singapore is a new green space designed by WOHA and is located in the center of the city’s business district. It is designed as a garden and hotel. The ParkRoyal presents the tropical ecosystem of Singapore. It is architecturally integrated, striking, and sustainable.
On the ground, the precast concrete elements create dramatic outdoor gardens and plazas flowing seamlessly into the interiors. The contoured podium top is a lush green terrace. It has a combination of housing developments recreational facilities featuring infinity edge pools, bonsai arrangements offering unhindered views of the city. The landscape also covers the above-ground car parking opening, while it allows enough natural air and light to pass through.
#4. Garden Rhapsody
Garden Rhapsody is famous for its sound and light show presenting 2 shows daily. The Gardens here measure 25 and 50 meters tall and there are large canopies providing shade. It comes alive with display of sounds and light at night. Amidst iconic giants, standing in awe or strolling along are the OCBC Skyway and it facilitates enjoying the Marina Bay skyline and the Gardens panoramic vistas.
The Garden’s attraction is in strolling along the OCBC skyway connecting the two towering Supertrees. It is a long aerial walkway of 128-meter offering a not-to-miss experience. It gives visitors opportunities to take photos and to capture the surrounding flora and the scenic beauty.
#5 The Interlace
Identical 6 floor, thirty one buildings are stacked and interconnected forming The Interlace. In the 2015 World Architecture Festival it won the ‘building of the year’ title. It optimizes the light and air passing, offering the benefit in Singapore, a hot country with its shape to amplify space for the gardens of the condo.
#6. The Hive, Singapore
The Hive is formed by 12 towers of 8 plants and is one of the new physical developments built in the NTU under the Master Plan of the University campus. The kilometers of corridors are avoided by linking the classrooms and the conference rooms. The design of the building was conical towers as a group surrounding by large atrium. The main idea was to combine learning facilities with balconies, social spaces, outdoor aisles, garden, and to promote interaction opportunities between students and staff.
#7. Asia Square
Asia Square is voted consistently as the greenest office and retail building from its opening in 2011. This building was designed keeping sustainability in mind by Denton Corker Marshall. It is a 43-story tower housing 305-room and consumes less than 35% energy than other commercial buildings.
The kinetic energy produced by the elevators is converted into electrical energy and gets redistributed into the system, while the vapor and water droplets are collected from the air-handling units and are used to water the green spaces. The on-site bio diesel plan generates electricity by using the oil collected from tenants’ eateries.
#8. Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum is designed by W Architects and Tierra Design. It is situated on the National University of Singapore campus and is helmed with the construction and design of the building that it is an exceptional landscaping.
The building exterior has a plethora of plants that are native to Singapore. There are interactive exhibits inside the museum featuring greens such as palms, freshwater mangroves, and other flowering plants. These exhibits line between geodetic main building and lab facilities, promoting one to appreciate and stop to watch the plants passing between buildings.
Other green elements include a phylogenetic garden to the east of the building, and to the museum north is beach-like environment with interactive mangrove pools.
#9. Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, designed by CPG Consultants and RMJM is healthcare institutions benchmark. This public hospital has 39 specialist clinics, and 550 beds, serving the needs of healthcare.
The building exterior is enveloped by verdant foliage. There are panoramic leafy landscape views that are designed to maximize daylight and natural ventilation. This is an eco-friendly hospital boasting of sustainable features such as louvers minimizing the air-conditioning need in public areas as it channels wind through the interior and solar panels to heat up water.