Gallery: Groundbreaking Park Royal Tower is Draped with Curtains of Gre...

 
WOHA Architects are completely changing how skyscrapers are built with their Park Royal Tower in Singapore, which will feature twice as much greenery as the nearby Hong Lim Park. The high-end office and hotel tower features a podium absolutely overrun with vertical gardens, contoured green pathways, water features, and leafy terraces. When it is completed later this year, this groundbreaking project will boast a whopping 15,000 square meters of green space!

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  1. Dishant Mehta June 23, 2014 at 3:09 pm

    Is this on the 181 kitchener road ?

  2. melberrys August 18, 2012 at 6:47 am

    @FreedomRebels: Hempcrete has low compressive strength and low ultimate strength, so it’s not suitable for high-rise building. Besides, hempcrete is not easily available in Singapore. Unless there’s a way to use it without extra expenses, using hempcrete is not a good idea.

  3. FreedomRebels April 13, 2012 at 1:53 pm

    If they had built the tower with Hempcrete, the carbon foot print would have been almost zero, and the Hempcrete would continue to absorb carbon out of the atmosphere inside and outside the building just like trees do, and as the Hempcrete ages, it would continue to get stronger and last a thousand times longer.

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