CapitaGreen is an ultra-modern 40 storey Class A corporate office building located in the heart of Singapore’s CBD.
Designed by internationally-acclaimed Toyo Ito, founder of Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects, the office tower breaks away from conventional office building designs and seeks to reintroduce lush greenery which once covered the city. The architecture is a conceptual expansion of the earth’s surface through the building’s functional and aesthetic features, and would be a dramatic addition to Singapore’s Central Business District skyline.
The ground floor features a sheltered public plaza with art sculptures. The building is clad with an energy-efficient façade comprising double-skin high-performance glass and extensive vertical greenery.
With the inclusion of numerous state-of-the-art energy-saving features, CapitaGreen is designed to achieve the Green Mark Platinum award, the highest accolade in recognising environmentally-friendly buildings from the Building & Construction Authority of Singapore.
The building's high floor-to-ceiling height of 3.2 metres allows for natural lighting to permeate the space, thus creating a sense of spaciousness. CapitaGreen offers a premier location in Singapore's Central Business District (CBD) just minutes away from public transport, local and international eateries and other amenities.
Building occupants includes Twitter, Rakuten, Lloyd Bank and Cargill.
25 minutes to the International Airport (Changi Airport) by Taxi.
CapitaGreen is close to Raffles Place MRT, and Telok Ayer Downtown MRT.
A taxi stand is right outside the building's lobby.
Multiple Bus-Stops surrounds CapitaGreen and they are located at Cecil Street, Prudential Towers Robinson Road ( Opp AIA Towers ), Cross Street (Opp PWC Building ) and Raffles Quay.
Servcorp offices are located on level 24 of CapitaGreen.
Level 24 also features glorious artwork depicting Singapore city scenes by renowned artist Pariny Laosy.
Pariny Laosy is an intuitive artist who paints with tremendous energy and expression. Dripping paint using a variety of objects to manipulate it, Laosy creates loose expressive line representing the urban landscape.