Inspired by nature, architects in Singapore are turning blueprints green with verdant developments. Projects such as The Glades at Tanah Merah by Keppel Land embody the spirit of the Garden City, allowing residents to immerse themselves in the exquisite experience of resort living.
From soaring skyscrapers topped with gardens to office buildings adorned with wall-to-wall foliage, biophilic design – an innovative way of designing places that unites urban living with greenery to satisfy people’s need for nature – is taking root in Singapore and breathing new life across the architectural landscape.
Gone are the drab buildings of old, replaced by a harmony of elegant designs and lush vegetation. Research has shown that such natural elements are not only beautiful but also improve people’s mood and reduce their stress levels