The Master Plan for the world’s largest climate control zone for Marina South (Singapore) presented a well-known British architectural studio Wilkinson Eyre Architects. The concept of the project is based on the uniqueness of the beautiful flora of the region and aims to create a new value of the city, as one of the main cultural and tourist centers.
Range of different eco-systems that constitute the core of the picturesque gardens will placed under the translucent dome, to operate independently with maximum environmental efficiency. Here you can observe the processes of climate regulation in areas that are most vulnerable to climate change.
The ultra-modern project, which will be implemented on the Gulf coast, requires two cooling structures, showing an example of the climate control in greenhouses, the largest in the world.
Climate control zone system in Marina South considering issues related not only to the flora and fauna of the planet, but from the comfort of human life. Cool and dry structure solves the problems associated with the existence and interaction of plants, animals and people, while the same is cool, but humid glasshouse area will focus on the flora and the development of the whole planet.
Creativity of eco-sponsors of the project can be found on the official website of the architectural studio based in London: http://www.wilkinsoneyre.com/