Exploring 05 fashionable Green/Eco buildings worldwide leading the future trend

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In the present day, climate change has become a pressing societal concern, and the emergence of high-rise buildings adorned with greenery is considered the most effective solution to balance ecosystems, improve air quality, and protect the environment.

Parkroyal On Pickering Hotel in Singapore

Designed by WOHA architecture firm, the Parkroyal on Pickering, operational since 2013, is a luxurious hotel comprising 367 rooms located in the central area of Singapore.

Commended for its unique architecture featuring extensive greenery, artificial water fountains, and a 15,000m2 outdoor green garden system designed for self-sustainability and minimal energy consumption through solar panels, motion sensors, rainwater reuse, and desalination.

This hotel has garnered recognition both domestically and internationally, including the Green Good Design Award at the 2014 Good Design Awards, the Urban Habitat Award from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) in 2015, and the Design Award (Commercial Category) from the Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) in 2016.

One Central Park Complex in Sydney, Australia

One Central Park is a complex located in Sydney, Australia, consisting of two residential towers, a central park, and a six-level retail shopping center at the base. In 2013, One Central Park was awarded the 5-Star Green Star Green Building Council of Australia for 'Multi-Residential Design v1'.

The project includes over 35,000 planted trees of 350 different species, forming 23 "green walls" for a vertical garden with a total area of 1,200m2. The success of One Central Park lies in the mechanical distribution of light, water, carbon dioxide, and nutrients for plant growth and survival without compromising the building's structural integrity.

Especially noteworthy is the recycling water network in the center, capable of harnessing multiple water sources with varying qualities to provide water for approximately 4,000 residents, over 15,000 visitors, and daily workers.

Bosco Verticale Residential Towers in Milan, Italy

Part of the largest urban redevelopment project in Europe, Bosco Verticale was completed in 2014 as a large-scale residential tower with a green system consisting of 900 trees, 5,000 shrubs, and 11,000 perennial plants, estimated to convert around 44,000 pounds of carbon annually.

Bosco Verticale houses 400 apartments, with the tallest tower reaching 111 meters over 26 floors and the other tower at 76 meters. It is the first model of the initiative to create a forest on urban buildings. Utilizing renewable energy from solar panels and self-filtering wastewater, the system operates and sustains plant life throughout the building.

In 2014, Bosco Verticale excelled in winning the prestigious International Highrise Award, followed by the Highrise Building Award from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) in 2015.

Chicland Hotel in Da Nang, Vietnam

Situated in the coastal city of Da Nang, CHICLAND Hotel commenced operations in June 2019, standing as Vietnam's tallest structure enveloped on three sides by a vertical greenery system across 21 floors and 95 balconies, providing an ECO CHIC resort space.

Designed by architect Vo Trong Nghia, a prominent figure in green architecture with the highest number of international awards in Vietnam, CHICLAND Hotel is the first in Vietnam to use entirely uncoated concrete ceilings, 100% unfired bricks, and E1 standard MDF wood with a formaldehyde level of only 0.005%. It maximizes the use of local materials and organic green foods. Plastic products are entirely replaced by Bat Trang ceramic bowls, ensuring eco-friendly facilities.

With the philosophy of not creating mere "machines for living," CHICLAND Hotel aims to deliver authentic resort experiences, emphasizing traditional values through ideas such as a tea-themed space, a restaurant with rich Vietnamese flavors, and spa services with traditional therapeutic methods.

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ACROS International Hall in Fukuoka, Japan

ACROS Fukuoka is a building in the city of Fukuoka, Japan, designed by American architect Emilio Ambasz. Completed in 1995, it is located in the center of Fukuoka as part of the Tenjin Central Park area.

One of ACROS Fukuoka's most prominent features is the "Step Garden" or "Green Steps" – a staircase system from ground level to the top of the building. Each step is divided into gardens with over 35,000 trees and grass, creating a green landscape amid the city.

The front of the building is covered by a transparent sunshade, creating an incredibly spacious and naturally lit interior. Simultaneously, the glass enhances the energy efficiency of the building.



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Follow green inspiration, the rooms at CHICLAND Hotel do not focus on luxury. Inspiring by Zen architectural style which is the Japanese interior that having the irreducible interior - Milimalism. This style is believed to bring the balance and peace. With local materials such as bamboo and palapa-thatched roofs complement the hotel’s beach setting perfectly. Interior design in all rooms, simple as well as exciting, they are characterized by the natural hues of wood, cream stones walls, concrete ceiling and furnishings dressed in nature-catching colors.