Cloud City, Singapore, Union of Architects of Kazakhstan, World Architecture Festival, futuristic architecture, gren architecture, green tower, skyscraper, atrium, natural light, mixed-use building

The World Architecture Festival (WAF) recently announced the 338 projects that made its annual design awards shortlist. Among crystalline hills, nature-infused public spaces and lush urban eco-systems, Cloud City was chosen as one of the best unbuilt projects in the category that focuses on future designs.

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Cloud City, Singapore, Union of Architects of Kazakhstan, World Architecture Festival, futuristic architecture, gren architecture, green tower, skyscraper, atrium, natural light, mixed-use building

The 65-story tower consists of “cloud blocks” that house different functions and separate housing units, offices, hotels and shopping spaces, simultaneously allowing direct sunlight to pass into the interior atrium space. By emulating cloud formations, the project provides an optimal level of porosity which forms different spaces, terraces and green areas. Its playful structure creates a diversity that is rarely seen in skyscraper design.

+ Union of Architects of Kazakhstan

+ World Architecture Festival (WAF)

Via CNN Style