ParkRoyal Hotel in Singapore

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WOHA’s creative team, usually known for their love for green city concept, has developed a hotel design in Singapore. The name of the hotel is PARKROYAL and it is a piece of modern architecture in Singapore.  The hotel is made up of combination of concrete shapes with simple volumes of rectangular shapes.

There are sky gardens too. Greenery flourishes at an interval of four levels of floors. The integration of this hotel with the neighboring park is just amazing.

The green building concept is needed in Singapore as it is a well going thing with the skyline of Singapore. “There was nothing like a completely dedicated-to-Singapore structure here. The recent development in Singapore is no different from the others going on in different parts of the world.

Finally this place is here with a uniquely expressed landmark”, says the designers. The hotel is embedded in a garden theme. Hope you guys liked this project. Have a look and enjoy!

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