Stepped and planted roof terraces have been slotted into the 175-metre-high Robinson Tower in Singapore, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox with local practice Architects 61.
Split into two sections, the mixed-use tower has 20 storeys of offices elevated on chunky concrete supports above a four-storey podium of retail spaces.
“At each approach, the tower’s faceted volume dematerialises and reflects the sun and sky differently, gem-like in its shape and stature on the city’s skyline,” said the practice.
A wonderful article on green in Singapore by by Jon Astbury of Dezeen
Here is a link to that Dezeen Article http://bit.ly/2k6onQQ