"Multi-storey three-dimensional gardens" create microclimate at centre of Marina One development

Snaking wooden walkways traverse a terraced garden planted with 700 trees at the heart of this high-rise development in Singapore’s Marina Bay by Ingenhoven Architects and landscape firm Gustafson Porter + Bowman.

The Marina One development was designed by German studio Ingenhoven Architects and local firm A61 as a plant-covered “mountain”, comprising four high-rise blocks arranged around a central garden created by London-based studio Gustafson Porter + Bowman.

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