Construction has been completed on CapitaSpring, a 280 meter-tall mixed-use tower in Singapore designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels Group and Italy’s Carlo Ratti Associati. The 51-storey CapitaSpring has an 18 meter-high City Room at its base, with the next eight floors containing serviced residences with facilities such as a swimming pool, jacuzzi, jogging track, gym, kitchen, lounge and barbecue pits. Above the accommodation will be a “green oasis” – a 35m-tall garden that mimics the plant hierarchy of a tropical rainforest. At the top of the structure will be 29 storeys of office space with views of the Singapore River and Marina Bay and a “sky garden” with 80,000 plants. CapitaSpring has restored a section of Singapore’s historical Market Street at ground level as a pedestrianised landscaped area. Described as a “biophilic skyscraper”, the project’s façade appears to have been pulled apart, allowing glimpses into the features inside. The project is backed by CapitaLand Development (CLD), CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust and Mitsubishi Estate.