Rarely content to design a simple glass rectangle, Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) produces some of the best-looking skyscrapers ground as well as many of the tallest.
Its most recent project is a 175-m (574 ft)-tall tower in Singapore with an eye-catching design and a significant amount of greenery, including a publicly accessible garden.Back in 2014, Singapore authorities passed a law stating that any greenery lost because of a new development must be replaced with publicly accessible greenery of an equal area.
This has resulted in lush projects like the Kampung Admiralty and Oasis Terraces sprouting in the city state.Robinson Tower’s design is informed by the rule, as well as the awkward V-shaped plot it’s situated on. The 24,000 sq m (259,400 sq ft) project, which was created in association with A61, consists of two main parts, both with glazed facades.