CDL’s Tree House in Singapore set a new Guinness World Record with the world’s largest vertical garden.

World’s Largest Vertical Garden Sets Guinness Record at Singapore's Tree House

Parkroyal located in central Singapore 2013, by Woha Architect. Designed as a hotel and office in a garden, the project at Upper Pickering Street is a study of how we can not only conserve our greenery in a built-up high-rise city centre but multiply it in a manner that is architecturally striking, integrated and sustainable - found on archidose.blogspot.com

Parkroyal located in central Singapore 2013, by Woha Architect. Designed as a hotel and office in a garden, the project at Upper Pickering Street is a study of how we can not only conserve our greenery in a built-up high-rise city centre but multiply it in a manner that is architecturally striking, integrated and sustainable - found on archidose.blogspot.com

Jinghope Villas in Suzhou, China - designed by Singapore architecture firm, SCDA, photographed by Seth Powers.  [2016.3]

Jinghope Villas in Suzhou, China - designed by Singapore architecture firm, SCDA, photographed by Seth Powers. [2016.3]

Parkroyal located in central Singapore 2013, by Woha Architect. Designed as a hotel and office in a garden, the project at Upper Pickering Street is a study of how we can not only conserve our greenery in a built-up high-rise city centre but multiply it in a manner that is architecturally striking, integrated and sustainable - found on archidose.blogspot.com

Parkroyal located in central Singapore 2013, by Woha Architect. Designed as a hotel and office in a garden, the project at Upper Pickering Street is a study of how we can not only conserve our greenery in a built-up high-rise city centre but multiply it in a manner that is architecturally striking, integrated and sustainable - found on archidose.blogspot.com

Green Roof Art School, CPG Consultants, School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, architecture, eco design, green roof

A swirling green roof tops the gorgeous Nanyang Technical University in Singapore

Green Roof Art School, CPG Consultants, School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, architecture, eco design, green roof

Designer Thomas Heatherwick has completed a university building in Singapore made up of 12 towers that resemble giant parsnips.

Designer Thomas Heatherwick has completed a university building in Singapore made up of 12 towers that resemble giant parsnips.

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