Biophilic architecture

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Mega FoodWalk at Megabangna | LANDSCAPE COLLABORATION

Landscape Collaboration is an integrated landscape design company. We shape our design and its environment through the collaborative design process centered around people and nature. Our works manifest creative solutions which are the integration of cultural and environmental concern through professional practice.

Jewel | Changi Airport, Singapore | PWP Landscape Architecture

Jewel is an integrated project at the Singapore Airport that creates a multi-sensory experience of nature and worlds tallest indoor waterfall

Top Green Roof Designs

Green roofs mitigate urban heat island effect, control stormwater run-off, reduce sound reflection and transmission, and lower heating and cooling costs, as well as sustain local wildlife. They also look really, really cool.

How long will my Green Wall take to grow?

The first thing many of our clients want to know about their new Green Wall is how long it will take to grow and mature. The answer depends on a range of factors, including which species of plant are used and the specific conditions of the site. Factors which will affect growth rate As well as plant species and site conditions, there are a number of other variables which will affect how quickly your green wall takes to establish. Irrigation: How will the plants be watered? Will it be done…

Carlo Ratti Associati and Bjarke Ingels Group Design 280m Green Oasis Tower in Singapore

The 280m tall high-rise on 88 Market Street, jointly designed by Carlo Ratti Associati and Bjarke Ingels Group, is an oasis in the bustling Central Business District (CBD) of Singapore.

Tree House Condominium Singapore

Condominium Details Tree House is a 99 year leasehold condominium situated at 60 Chestnut Avenue, Singapore 679493 in district 23. It is expected to be completed by 2014 by the reputable CDL & Hong...

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We're still not quite sure how to get to, land on or get off Mars just yet, but that hasn't stopped a Canadian designer envisaging what our Red Planet homes could look like.Bryan Versteeg has a 20-yea...