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Garden of Eden




With the rise of steel and glass towers reaching up towards the sky in metropolitan areas, we are losing our connection to nature at an alarming rate. Luckily, there are eco-conscious designers and projects that will change the future of architecture.




Biophilia hypothesis suggests that as humans, we possess an innate tendency to seek connections with nature and other forms of life. When nature is present in urban living environments, physiological and psychological wellbeing for man tends to be better. Designed around this specific principle, Eden is one ultra-luxury high-rise marrying wellness-inspired architectural biophilia and opulent urban living. Located in District 10 area of Singapore, this uniquely distinctive building is developed by globally renowned Swire Properties in collaboration with highly-acclaimed and award-winning designer Thomas Heatherwick.




The 22-story building consists of 20 freehold apartments, each occupying one full-floor with service areas. Each apartment consists of four en-suite bedrooms, and tropical gardens abound in the archetypal balconies set into the three sides of full windows opening expansively along with 270-degree breath-taking views of the city.





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