Architecture Design and Concept

Fusionopolis, Singapore Green Skyscraper by Ken Yeang

Malaysian-born, UK-based architect Ken Yeang, has designed Fusionopolis. It is an eco-friendly structure to be built in Singapore. This 1.4 kilometer high building is designed essentially as a normal home. The building of this skyscraper is for Ken’s intention in promoting green lifestyle even within the busy streets of the city. We all know that cities are all the polluted already and is somewhat impossible for green living. But Ken Yeang thinks differently. Though he admits that creating a truly green building in a city is to take multiple challenges, from the drainage and irrigation to picking up the right species of trees to be planted and giving them enough sunlight.

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2 thoughts on “Fusionopolis, Singapore Green Skyscraper by Ken Yeang”

  1. this is no such thing as a 1.4km high building, no 1km building in the world either, probably 140m…think the 3 highest in Singapore, namely UOB Plaza, OUB Centre & Republic Plaza are 280m high…

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