In Harmony with the Environment
BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE
Land remains focused on its guiding principle of building to enhance the
Building for the future begins today. Keppel Land remains focused on its
guiding principle of building to enhance the environment. This principle drives
the design and development of all the Company’s projects, both local and
Whether it is in developing homes, offices or resorts, the Company believes in
striking a balance between economic objectives and environmental viability.
Through sustainable development, Keppel Land is able to attain a high level of
eco-efficiency as it works towards improving the quality of life while
progressively reducing ecological impacts.
As a major landlord in the Central Business District, Keppel Land deploys 'Green
Architecture' when developing its buildings and architecture, which facilitates
tenants' interaction with the natural environment. Pockets of green space with
verdant landscaping and interactive water features are thoughtfully sculpted
into the buildings’ architecture, providing relief from stone and slate.
The open-air private roof garden at Bugis Junction’s office towers, for
instance, provides an alfresco alternative for tenants to hold recreational
activities. Taking pride of place in Bugis Junction mall is Singapore’s first
interactive fountain. To minimise wastage, the fountain runs on a built-in
filtering system, which purifies and recycles the water continuously.
|Lush foilage, rock-scapes and meandering footpaths are some of the distinctive
details in Keppel Land's developments
Just adjacent to Prudential Tower office building is another trellis-lined
green haven, which provides shade for the working population of Raffles Place.
Keppel Land's newly completed Keppel Bay Tower, one of the twin towers flanking
the existing Cable Car Towers, is also surrounded by nature.
Strategically located next to the HarbourFront MRT station, which is just three
train stops away from the congested Raffles Place financial district, the views
from Keppel Bay Tower are awe-inspiring. Unobstructed views of the sea, the
marina, Mount Faber and resort-styled waterfront residences can be enjoyed in
all directions from the office tower. By night, the view transforms with bright
lights of the vibrant hub and Sentosa reflected on calm
bay waters. Surrounded by nature, lush greenery and a golf course, the ambience
at Keppel Bay Tower is further accentuated by full-height glass windows. Nestled
between the twin towers is a central garden, forming a green oasis complete with
water features. The whole landscaping is sculpted to give the development a
Its convenient location coupled with the surrounding lush greenery and
exceptional waterfront residential development next door thus makes Keppel Bay
Tower the ideal business address.
|Every detail at Caribbean at Keppel Bay is designed for maximum interaction with
At the adjacent waterfront condominium, Caribbean at Keppel Bay, every detail
is designed for maximum interaction with the waters. Existing historic docks are
being converted into private waterways within the development. Paving materials
are also selected to echo the character of the docks and provide a subtle link
to its heritage.
To maximise the views of the sea and waterways, all 22 apartment blocks are
steeped gradually from four to ten storeys. Units are also designed from the
inside out to have optimal water views through full-height glass windows, so
that residents can look out to the sea and the marina, the private waterways,
lagoons, swimming pools and other water features.
At the same time, conversation pavilions are sprinkled around the development
and jut out slightly into the waterways to increase the interplay with water.
Besides water features, Caribbean at Keppel Bay also boasts of more than 2,200
shrubs and 800 trees in 15 different species within its grounds.
'Green Architecture' is also extended to the Company’s other residential
projects. Curtains of falling waters, lush foliage, rock-scapes and meandering
footpaths are some of the unique features that adorn residential developments
like The Callista.