Integrating high rise buildings with city’s urban & social fabric and green spaces
Our high-rise projects put a strong emphasis on biophilic design. People feel happy when they have access to greenery, be that physically or visually. We integrate sky gardens and sky terraces for people to spend their leisure time in, catch up with a neighbour or colleague, if it’s an office building, go for a quick jog around the sky park, share a meal.
We also implement vertical greening strategies like in our Oasia Hotel Downtown in Singapore. The entire high-rise is covered in 21 different species of creepers, in addition to biophilic benefits, it actually helps to cool the building and reduce its energy consumption. By creating communal green spaces, like in our public housing project, Skyville @ Dawson, we connect the structure to its neighbourhood because the parks and terraces as well as the services that are integrated into the project like F&B, retail, childcare and medical services, draw in people from neighbouring buildings.
oasia hotel downtown, singapore