A Challenging Green Initiative in the CBD

magazine review

"With no horizontal landscape area within the building but only for the existing half-round planters stretching across 7-storeys, Kelvin conceived the idea of a 'hanging garden' within the existing architectural void completing the design of a 'layered-glass façade…spaced 900mm apart, alternating glass panels were clipped onto the sides of the central I-Mullion and extended to adjacent bays on every floor over the façade, to enable the necessary ventilation and for rain to drizzle through but not too excessively to damage the plants and wet the floors…"it took us four months to complete the project and transform this originally stark and boring building inot a green and garden landscaped building with a fresh and vibrant ambient…"