Singapore is home to exquisite architecture that incorporates greenery everywhere you look. With the popularity of vertical gardens being an increasing trend in the design community and in public spaces, the Southeast Asian country has quickly incorporated greenery into many of their beautiful designs.
The Supertree Grove in the recently redeveloped Marina Bay area is open daily from 5am to 2am, with a gorgeous restaurant atop the largest tree for patrons to take in the amazing views. The metal-framed ‘tree’ structures are vertical gardens, with a total of 18, each ranging in height from 82 to 164 feet tall. They all harvest solar energy and have concrete cores along with a canopy and living skin panels.
Via: Laughing Squid