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17 Aug, 2009

Airport architecture – Singapore Changi

Posted by: Geoff Davis In: Biodiversity|Energy|Gardens|Government Schemes|Green Eco Building|Green roof|Green Transport|Interior decoration|roofing|transport|Walls|water

Changi airport Singapore - vertical garden and waterfall

Changi airport Singapore - vertical garden and waterfall

Changi airport Singapore - lounge and one of the koi ponds

Changi airport Singapore - lounge and one of the koi ponds

Butterfly Garden, Cgangi airport, Singapore

Butterfly Garden, Changi airport, Singapore

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Changi Airport Singapore is a great airport for the user – very spacious, green, fast to get through, and clean.

It has nearly a thousand (919 when built) energy saving skylights (ventilation flaps), a butterfly garden, koi pond and over 200 species of mostly tropical plants and trees.

It takes up space of over 50 soccer fields. It seems to have been built for the future expansion of air travel (assuming we don’t run out of fuel of course). The London Heathrow refurbishment and new terminal seems a bit too busy already.

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3 Responses to "Airport architecture – Singapore Changi"

1 | Brian

August 18th, 2009 at 1:58 pm


Yes it is a fantastic airport – I got through very rapidly and was impressed.

2 | boodle-55

August 18th, 2009 at 2:03 pm


Iz it a park or an airport? Can’t tell. Warm feeling after long haul. Building is high quality. Vegetation also. Koi and butterflies fine.

3 | Ramon Philen

April 1st, 2012 at 5:41 am


Hello there: many thanks for using the time of writing up this material. I at all times aim to further my knowledge of issues. Regardless of whether I consent or disagree, I love information and facts. I don’t forget the old times if the only source of facts was the library or even the newspaper. They both look so archaic. : )

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