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Koo Teck Puat Hospital, Singapore. The building and gardens, which look out onto the water, abound with plants, birds, butterflies, and fish. The setting creates a sense of health and vitality; architecture is a backdrop for the life of the hospital. Photo: Fred Kent.

Garden Trends 2013 - Forces of Nature Emerging out of land reclaimed from the sea in Singapore, these Supertrees are planted w/160,000 plants & over 200 species/ BE OPEN. CREATIVE THINK TANK

These super trees in Singapore will soon blossom with 226,000 plants and flowers from all over the world and will serve as towering vertical gardens that collect rainwater, generate solar power, and act as venting ducts for the conservatories.

New water front park in Singapore with structures that will have plants growing on them. Also solar panels that will light the park at night.

New water front park in Singapore with structures that will have plants growing on them. Also solar panels that will light the park at night.

Polar Bear having fun in the water, Singapore Zoo

The new Green Roof Building at the School of Art, Design and Media at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore is a great example of Green Roof Building. This building innovatively integrates natural scenery and the business world through glass walls and new architectural technology. The structure’s roof is covered by turf, which helps circulate air around the building, thus reducing its temperature.