Gallery: Michael Graves-Designed Sentosa Eco-Resort Completed!

 

Michael Graves, one of the New York Five and a household name after his stint designing for Target, has just completed his highly anticipated 121-acre Resorts World Sentosa, eco-resort on an island off the coast of Singapore. The multi-million square foot complex features six hotels, a casino, a convention center, a waterfront auditorium, a spa, a marina, an animal park, retail and restaurants. Sentosa, seen over at The Architect’s Newspaper, features a number of sustainable features that make the mega resort as energy efficient as it is enjoyable.

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  1. Doris Lehr May 28, 2010 at 8:27 am

    I gues green is in the eye of the beholder? this seems like a huge energy waster to me.

  2. Nymms May 25, 2010 at 11:17 pm

    Seriously how is this green?. Having recently visited this awful mall/casino I was dumb-founded at how ugly and dated it was (even for a casino). Looks like it was designed in 1994 and that hotel mentioned is the tackiest thing my eyes have ever had to endure. The amount of water and energy this place uses is terrible.

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