Fusionopolis, Singapore

Roof garden with water basin
project profile data
Area: 1,600 m²
Construction Year: 2008
Architect/Design: Dr. Kisho Kurokawa, Japan
System provider: ZinCo Singapore Pte Ltd
Contractor: Horti-Flora Services Pte Ltd
System build-up: Floradrain® FD 60 with lawn, bushes and trees
Project report

Fusionopolis is a high-rise and highsecurity commercial complex that houses local and overseas occupants. It conceives three high-rise towers (one being 22 floors and two being 24 floors) and a podium occupying a land area of 12,000 m² over an underground car park. In this unique environment, sky gardens and green roofs played a very special role in striking a balance between the intended landscape design and the practical use for the occupants. The main gardens are situated on the crucial floors with the transitions to the other towers. These roof gardens have a dense vegetation comprising trees with heights of up to 5 metres and shrubs of up to 1.5 metres. Furthermore, many small but visible gardens were built on balconies in the outdoor areas of all offices. They were spread over the total height of the complex.

  • Large skyscraper buildings
    The Fusionopolis towers are connected by skybridges.
  • Vertical green and red sunbed
    The vertical greening swings upwards across three floors.
  • Indoor pond landscape
    Water elements are an integral feature in the garden design.
  • Roof garden with shrubs and small bushes
    The lush green is a visual treat for those seeking relaxation and respite.
  • Large palm trees inside a building
    Diverse types of communal areas provide seating among bedded plants.
  • Balcony garden with water feature and small trees
    Along the entire height of the buildings many small balcony gardens were built.