This green senior housing complex in Singapore was named 'World Building of the Year' thanks to its function-forward, aesthetically pleasing and overall wholesome appearance. For the construction, local architecture studio WOHA aimed to create a "vertical village." As a result, a lot of the spaces in the Kampung Admiralty building are stacked.
WOHA's green senior housing complex is definitely thought-through. As mentioned, the building does not only boast homes for the elderly, but it also takes their wellbeing and needs into consideration. As a result, the structure includes a medical center that is easily accessible, as well as some shops and eateries on the first floor. This makes Kampung Admiralty "Singapore's first integrated public development that brings together a mix of public facilities and services."