Skyscraper With The Façade Inspired By… Hive



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The façade inspired by bee-hive is covered with the hexagonal panels to supply natural daylight, providing specific angles and counterparting with shading devices. It will be covering the sustainable V on Shelton (Five on Shelton) skyscraper designed by UNStudio for the Central Business District of Singapore. The building is to stand on the UIC Building place and to consist of two towers: the 23-stores high office rise, and the 53-stores of residential building. Among the distinctive traits of the structure will be the three spots of the green sky gardens, giving fresh air and a refuge from the city.
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Via: inhabitat.com
sustainable building

sustainable building

sustainable building

Singapore, UNStudio

Singapore UNStudio

Singapore UNStudio

Singapore UNStudio

Singapore UNStudio

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future architecture

future architecture

future architecture


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