Capita Spring (Singapore Tower), Singapore

The 280m tall high-rise CapitaSpring is jointly designed by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) and CRA (Carlo Ratti Associati). The tower, one of the tallest in Singapore, will redefine and elevate workplace and living standards while adding an elegant new landmark to the Singapore skyline. Located in the heart of Singapore’s financial district, the tech-integrated and verdurous skyscraper transforms the site of a former car park complex built in the 1980s. Construction of this 93,000 square meter mixed-use skyscraper is already underway, following a groundbreaking ceremony in 2018.








The design shows the glass and steel facade of the 51-storey tower being "pulled apart" at the base, mid and upper levels to allow trees and plants to protrude out. A public park will be located on the ground floor, with spaces for exercise classes, art installations and community events. Paths and covered walkways through the forest will lead to a 19-metre-high open space in the tower's podium housing shopping and dining outlets, as well as the lobbies for the offices and residences. Four interconnected levels of the tower, at the 100-metre point, will be dedicated to a 30-metre high vertical park, with a covered spiral stairway rising through the center. This tropical garden will also feature a jungle gym, "sky hammocks" and a cafe.







The first eight floors of the tower are dedicated to the serviced residence including a wide range of facilities such as a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, jogging track, gymnasium, social kitchen, residents’ lounge and barbeque pits. The top 29 floors of the tower offer premium office spaces with panoramic views to the Singapore River and Marina Bay. Tech-wise, the Singapore Tower is due to have sensors, Internet of Things-enabled devices and artificial intelligence capabilities "scattered throughout" to allow tenants to "fully customize" the skyscraper.





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