Suzanne Lee

Singapore, Singapore

A part of the 300-meter-long garden strip on the fifth floor of the Parkroyal hotel which claims to have a total foliage cover of more than 200% of the structure's total land area, effectively using vertical greenery to replace the original greenery that was lost when the hotel was built. The 12-storey-high tower features curvaceous, solar-powered sky-gardens which overlook the city park in the central business district of Singapore.With a growing urban population, high-rise buildings are an increasingly prevalent feature cities across the world. Land is a major constraint in most Asian cities and in the face of high-density urbanisation, the only way to build is upwards. In the dense, urban environment of Singapore, where land area is severely limited, high-rise buildings have typified the urban fabric for years.

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Suzanne Lee
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Singapore
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Singapore
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3337 x 5000 pixels
28.25 x 42.33 cm (300 dpi)
11.12 x 16.67 inch (300 dpi)
5.0 MB size on disk
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