Set at the heart of Singapore’s new CBD, Marina One was born out of the collaborative strength of Malaysia’s Khazanah and Singapore’s Temasek to create a premier Marina Bay integrated development designed by world leader in sustainable Supergreen architecture, Christoph Ingenhoven.
• Prime Grade-A office space, luxury residences & unique retail offerings set around lush greenery of over 65,000 sqft
• Leading edge ‘City in a Garden’ concept with lush greenery within Marina One’s Green Heart and flanked by two neighbouring parks – Marina Station Square and Central Linear Park
• Seamless connectivity to 4 MRT lines via underground pedestrian networks
• Supergreen sustainable features with LEED Platinum and Green Mark Platinum ratings
• Iconic identity formed by architectural louvres, balcony design, kinetic night-lighting features and more
The design for Marina One by Ingenhoven Architects and A61 unifies the four land parcels to become one identity instead of four different buildings. Its outer façade defines the city grid whilst the Green Heart binds its towers together. The iconic louvres, which visually unify the integrated development, are an integral part of the Supergreen concept to create a comfortable climatic environment within Marina One.
The multiple stepped gardens – inspired by Asian rice terraces – further improve the micro climate and provide the largest green urban sanctuary within Singapore’s CBD for the benefit of Marina One’s occupants and community.
With the ingenious design of a lush central garden by Gustafson Porter and ICN Design, Marina One boasts of a luxurious oasis in the heart of the city.
Amidst the hustle and bustle of the CBD, experience a sense of tranquillity and serenity like never before. Here among verdant flora, Marina One is the perfect balance of a city within a garden.
Marina One’s landscaping draws on the diversity of flora found at various altitudes in the tropics. The conceptual abstraction of natural climate and altitude changes informs the planting intent where the Green Valley scheme on Levels 1, 2 & 3 create a sense of enclosure and intimacy of the rainforest, the Cloud Forest scheme on Levels 4 & 15 depicts the transition through a tropical cloud cover whilst the Mountain Top scheme portrays a montane forest at the Rooftop level.