Singaporean studio LOOK Architects has created a landscaped park and promenade overlooking a beach in north-east Singapore where 400 Chinese civilians were murdered during World War II.
4.9-kilometre long public waterfront promenade serving as a key pedestrian connector for theÂ future Punggol Waterfront Town. Environmental improvement works include an arrival plazaÂ next to the existing beach, a water lily pond park, fishing platforms leaning over the waterÂ edge, rest shelters, viewing deck and bridge crossings over canals. Application of sustainableÂ building materials such as GRC simulated concrete, laterite and oxidised steel throughout theÂ promenade makes for an environmentally friendly development.
Site area : 82,331 sqm (4.9km)
Location : Punggol, Singapore
Project status : Completed 2012