Today Singapore is focused on its urban regeneration, guided by important achievements of contemporary architecture. A perfect setting for plastic experiments, the city is told through its buildings, poised between past, present and future. Klingenberg Arkitektur realized for the Swiss Embassy a superelevation of the building designed in 1984 for the offices, which required a restructuring of the work spaces that had previously been arranged in the basement with insufficient daylight. The goal was to create transparent and multi-functional spaces, because of this reason KA designed a crystal cube characterized by many slats, capable of making the space bright and visually suspended.
Project: Klingenberg Arkitektur
Architect: Bjorn Klingenberg
Collaborations: Nicolò Sannino – Matteo Tavazzi – Pier Folens – Valentina Geminiani – Camilla Succetti
Model: Klingenberg Services