Soaring Gardens | OMEGARENDER STUDIO

Architectural and 3D rendering concept. Soaring Gardens is the first object in our “Neo Archaic” project series. Singapore / Singapore / 2023

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TYPOLOGY: Exterior
STATUS: Concept
LOCATION: Singapore
STUDIO: Omegarender
ARCHITECTS: Andrii Pavlov
CG ARTISTS: Sergey Shelestyukovich, Denys Onyshchenko

Soaring Gardens is the first object in our “Neo Archaic” project series. Our main goal is to reimagine the legendary buildings of ancient times through a modern perspective.


We needed an architecture who would both impress contemporaries as well as evoke the image of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Inspired by bionic architecture, we have created a complexly proportioned facility with an area of 172 hectares in the heart of Singapore’s financial district.


According to the idea of our project, the "Gardens" will become a global centre for the study of botany, which will house a research centre and a greenhouse museum.


Enjoying the overhanging abundance of vegetation, everyone will also have the opportunity to be lifted up. The floating parts are connected to the skyscrapers in such a way that people can go straight from these buildings on an excursion through the botanical garden.


READ A MORE DETAILED DESCRIPTION IN BLOG : https://omegarender.com/new-blog

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    TYPOLOGY: ExteriorSTATUS: ConceptLOCATION: SingaporeSTUDIO: Omegarender ARCHITECTS: Andrii PavlovCG ARTISTS: Sergey Shelestyukovich, Denys OnyshchenkoSoaring Gardens is the first object in our “Neo Archaic” project series. Our main goal is to reimagine the legendary buildings of ancient times through a modern perspective. We needed an architecture who would both impress contemporaries as well as evoke the image of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Inspired by bionic architecture, we...

    Project details
    • Year 2023
    • Work started in 2023
    • Client Omegarender
    • Status Research/Thesis
    • Type Parks, Public Gardens / Research Centres/Labs / Museums
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