The Leedon Green is a milestone venture, the principal apartment suite advancement in Singapore to be planned by the universally acclaimed London-based modeler. Leedon Green is the victor of a few universal design rivalries, and has collected various honors and grants, including the exceptionally esteemed Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2004. Their work is historic and compelling; pushing the limits of configuration, investigating spatial ideas in stunning ways, testing the standards. There is nothing tasteless nor ordinary about her work. The Leedon Green, with its liquid lines and sexy bends, would never be confused with any of the other multitudinous apartment suites that dab the urban scene of Singapore.
It is maybe fitting at that point, that the Leedon Green possesses a gem of an area: in the prime District 10 enclave, near the Singapore Botanic Gardens and Orchard Road downtown. Taking off superbly over the encompassing top of the line extravagance cottages and low-ascent apartment suites, Leedon Greens seven 36-story towers offer an unhindered standpoint to Singapore’s horizon just as perspectives on fields of greenery north at Macritchie Reservoir, north-west at the Bukit Timah nature hold, and east to the Singapore Botanic Gardens.
In a strange and imaginative move, the 150-meter high towers appear to ascend from depressed gardens in the scene. The ground level is conceptualized as a green layer, bringing out the rich vegetation that is such a great amount of part of the nearby atmosphere. This scene is sorted out into a progression of terraced levels that augment the territory for collective offices and greenery, and make fascinating vistas and spaces. D’Leedon’s towers are situated and arranged to enhance the site, just as perspectives out to the encompassing and city horizons. As indicated by Zaha Hadid, d’Leedon presents “a chance to keep investigating the structural language of ease”. The outlines of the towers decrease inwards at the lower floors, crimping in at the base to lessen the impression and to make extraordinary and exceptionally private nurseries. Each tower is partitioned into petals, that compare to the quantity of lofts per floor, with its three-dimensional structures offering definition to the veneers just as considering cross-ventilation.