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FOR BUSINESS NATURALLY
Introducing CapitaGreen, a premium Grade A ofce tower. Standing tall at 245 metres with a striking natural facade of trees and living greenery, the building will become an iconic landmark in Singapores Central Business District.
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2Photo Credit: CBRE
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Completing in the fourth quarter of 2014, CapitaGreen will provide 34 levels of premium ofce space with a total net lettable area (NLA) of approximately 700,000 square feet.
With exceptional features such as sky terraces on levels 5, 14 and 26, a gymnasium and swimming pool on level 38 and a sky forest and restaurant on level 40, CapitaGreen will provide one of the nest working environments in Singapore.
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4A PLACE TO
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5View of CapitaGreen from Rafes Place.
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Located in Rafes Place, the heart of Singapores Central Business District, the distinctive CapitaGreen offers ease of accessibility to transportation and amenities. CapitaGreen is also in close proximity to the extended downtown at Marina Bay. Businesses locating in CapitaGreen will benet from its strategic location and being part of Singapores vibrant and enlarged business area.
Ocean Financial Centre
One Rafes Quay
Marina Bay Financial Centre
The Westin Singapore Marina Bay (to be completed by Q4 2013)
Sotel So Singapore (to be completed by Q2 2013)
Ascott Rafes Place
Fullerton Bay Hotel
Marina Bay Sands
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A NEW LANDMARK
Expansive plaza will feature unique integration of art by world renowned artist with the buildings design.
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Prestigious lobby featuring triple-height ceiling and carefully handcrafted Kakiotoshi (earth plaster) lobby wall.
LIVE & BREATHETHE DIFFERENCE
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COOL FRESH AIR
Temperature of air is further cooled by the Sky Forest.
The cool void channels fresh cool natural air from the rooftop Sky Forest on level 40 into the ofce oors providing tenants with good indoor air quality within a conducive working environment.
Innovative technology directs cool fresh air to the ofce oors.
At 245 metres, wind speed is faster and temperature of air is lower.
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Fresh cool natural air is supplied to the ofce oors via the cool void.
Dynamic pressure of the wind is converted into positive static pressure to reduce load on air handling units.
Wind scoops are orientated to the prevailing winds to intake cooler air from higher altitude.
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The innovative green facade with the various ourishing plants complements the urban facade. It gives CapitaGreen its iconic look and allows natural light to stream into the building.
With oor to ceiling curtain glass walls, the double-skin facade system reduces solar heat gain while providing panoramic views of the Marina Bay and Central Business District.
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The double-skin facade reduces solar heat gain in the building and serves as the perfect greenhouse for the plants to ourish. This facade will give the building its unique look and provides the occupants with abundant sunlight.
CUTS HEAT GAIN BY
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SKY TERRACES&GREEN SPACES
Breakout space at Sky Terraces on levels 5, 14 and 26 further enhance the feeling of the great outdoors, indoors.
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A stunning swimming pool overlooking the city skyline and gym facilities on level 38 provide welcome respite. For even more breathtaking views, visit the rooftop restaurant and experience exceptional dining amidst the Sky Forest.
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1Olafur Eliasson1. Above Below Beneath Above by Olafur Eliasson
Aerating roots grow above ground as an extension of the subterranean system of roots, located below the green. These roots are suspended between the hidden infrastructural roots of our society and the lives of the humans above, making tangible the connection between the sky and the ground.
Olafur Eliasson (b.1967, Denmark) is a visual artist whose critically acclaimed solo shows have appeared in major museums around the world since 1997. He represented Denmark at the 50th Venice Biennale in 2003 and later that year installed The weather project in the Turbine Hall of Tate Modern, London, which was seen by more than two million people. Your rainbow panorama, a 150m circular coloured-glass walkway situated on top of ARoS Museum in Aarhus, Denmark, opened in May 2011, and Harpa Reykjavik Concert Hall and Conference Centre, for which Eliasson created the facade in collaboration with Henning Larsen Architects, was inaugurated in August 2011.
Artwork: Studio Olafur Eliasson, Above Below Beneath Above, 2012 Olafur EliassonPortrait: Photograph by Silja Magg
The idea of well-being is central to CapitaGreens design philosophy and to that end, the amenities are complemented by a carefully curated art program. Four internationally acclaimed artists were chosen for their individual approaches to provide CapitaGreen with a striking public display of sculptures.
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Ju Ming2. Living World Series by Ju Ming
The Living World Series, which is characterised by quixotic everyman gures in their daily lives, pushes the boundaries of the populist movement
and explores the nuances in modern living, themes which are universal and intimately accessible to everyone.
Ju Ming (b.1938, Taiwan), came to woodcarving through the inuence of his father. At the age of thirteen, he undertook his apprenticeship from the famous local craftsman, Lee Chinchuan and acquired himself the mastery of wood carving when he was barely twenty. The year 1968 saw the turning point of Ju Mings life as an artist when he became an apprentice of Yuyu Yang, a signicant sculptor and pioneer of the modern art movement of Taiwan. In 1976, Yang arranged the rst solo exhibition for Ju, raised public attention for his Nativist Series and also paved way for the following Taichi Series. Ju Ming now focuses on Living World which he started in the early 80s.
Artwork: Ju Ming Living World Series Ju MingPortrait: 2010 iPreciation, all rights reserved.
Antony Gormley3. 2x2 II by Antony Gormley
Crafted from Carrara marble, the twin sculptures respond to the evolution of art from the workshops that formerly produced monuments and carvings in
great quantities in the 19th and rst half of 20th centuries to the advancement in digital design and technology in the time of mechanical reproduction.
Antony Gormley (b.1950, England) has a career spanning nearly 40 years, in which he has made sculptures that explore the relation of the human body to space at large, explicitly in large-scale installations like Another Place, Domain Field and Inside Australia and implicitly in works such as Clearing, Breathing Room and Blind Light. By using his own existence as a test ground, Gormleys work transforms a site of subjective experience into one of collective projection. Increasingly, the artist has taken his practice beyond the gallery, engaging the public in active participation, as in Clay and the Collective Body (Helsinki) and the acclaimed One & Other commission in Londons Trafalgar Square.