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PARKROYAL in Singapore. "These landscapes are designed to be self-sustaining and rely minimally on precious resources. Rainwater collected from upper floors irrigate planters on the lower floors by gravity supplemented by non-potable recycled Newater, which will also be used for all water features."

PARKROYAL in Singapore. "These landscapes are designed to be self-sustaining and rely minimally on precious resources. Rainwater collected from upper floors irrigate planters on the lower floors by gravity supplemented by non-potable recycled Newater, which will also be used for all water features."

Rascacielos verde para Singapur  Este edificio se está construyendo actualmente en las proximidades del parque Hong Lim situado en Singapur, del que se quiere que sea su continuación urbana.

Rascacielos verde para Singapur Este edificio se está construyendo actualmente en las proximidades del parque Hong Lim situado en Singapur, del que se quiere que sea su continuación urbana.

Similar to how I picture Command...  (the Cooled Conservatories designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects at the Gardens by the Bay tropical garden in Singapore have been awarded the World Building of the Year prize at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore):

Similar to how I picture Command... (the Cooled Conservatories designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects at the Gardens by the Bay tropical garden in Singapore have been awarded the World Building of the Year prize at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore):

Beautiful Gardens in the Middle of Cities - Singapore Botanic Gardens    Orchids have been hybridized at the Singapore Botanic Gardens since 1859, and now more than 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids are on display in the National Orchid Garden (including one named in honor of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Vanda William Catherine). That’s just one of the dazzling sights here: There's also a Swan Lake, ...

Beautiful Gardens in the Middle of Cities - Singapore Botanic Gardens Orchids have been hybridized at the Singapore Botanic Gardens since 1859, and now more than 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids are on display in the National Orchid Garden (including one named in honor of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Vanda William Catherine). That’s just one of the dazzling sights here: There's also a Swan Lake, ...