Located near Haji Lane and Suntec City in Singapore, the Parkroyal is a “hotel-in-a-garden” connecting guests to nature in the middle of the city. WOHA Architects paid no attention to the placeless blandness of the modern Singapore skyline, and finally the city has a uniquely expressive urban landmark that reinterprets and reinvigorates its location, and has doubled the green-growing potential of its site.
9 years in the making, and Steinway Tower, the world’s skinniest skyscraper and the 2nd tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, is complete! Standing at 435m above ground, you’ll find this impressive residential structure in Midtown Manhattan’s Billionaires Row. With east and west facades clad in bronze-accented terracotta tiles, while glass curtain walls face Central Park to the north and Lower Manhattan to the south, Steinway Tower's finishing touches are nothing short of impeccable.
Boasting the title of tallest tower in the southern hemisphere, Australia 108 stands at a staggering 319 metres above Melbourne’s glittering streetscape in Southbank precinct. This spectacular addition to the Victorian skyline features an unmissable starburst expression; aptly designed as a celebration of the Commonwealth Star on the Australian flag. Vitracore G2 in customised coil anodised Southbank Gold was used to highlight the truly stunning starburst element.