This pair of skyscrapers in Singapore are created by German firm Büro Ole Scheeren. While the structural aesthetic is interesting due to the fact that the tall buildings mimic a concave honeycomb pattern, their functionality is also purposeful. Situated in the Kampong Glam neighborhood the skyscrapers in Singapore are meant to serve as a connection between public spaces, instead of a force of architectural alienation.
Büro Ole Scheeren created the tallest tower yo be 186 meters and entirely residential, while the second is 170 meters and houses office spaces and rooms of a five star hotel. This duo of skyscrapers in Singapore gives way to a roof top garden, public observation decks, as well as a wonderfully intricate vegetative pathway system at the building's base.
Photo Credits: Iwan Baan
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