Cecil Street


A “just completed” 14 storey office A&A building in the CBD. The objective was “to replace the unsightly perforated mesh* façade with something modern and nice” and “make the (banal) Atrium space more attractive”. The need for a “naturally ventilated” façade led to the concept of a “hanging garden” with a “layered-glass façade” specially designed to integrate the plants to provide an “indoor-outdoor” (and vice versa) environment. Physical and visual connectivity of the 7-storey atrium and pavement/road levels are also seamlessly aesthetically integrated with plants “well being” achieved via auto irrigation, lighting systems and maintenance access to all plants (and façade) seamlessly integrated into the design. *Mesh were recycled as “ledge” to accentuate the “hanging garden” effect.


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