Clarke Quay Singapore, by Sparch

Sparch’s first major project in Asia, is a dramatic redevelopment of the riverfront district of Clarke Quay in Singapore, and is succeeding in drawing tourists and locals back to the historic waterfront. Developed by CapitaLand, the SGD 88 million mixed-use scheme, has been designed to increase commercial and leisure activities, giving the riverfront area a new identity positioning Clarke Quay as a vibrant and attractive destination.

Crucial to the success of the project has been the architects ingenious moderation of the site’s micro climate through the design of distinctive and sophisticated shading and cooling systems that provide the quayside and streets with tremendous visual interest and sustainable environment.
From its European beginnings, the studio has expanded rapidly into international and emerging markets over the last 10 years.
Following the success of recent major built projects in, Singapore and China, Sparch is now delivering a diverse range of exciting landmark projects across Asia, each seeking to build on the studio's reputation for delivering exceptional and sustainable design solutions.
From its studios in Abu Dhabi, Beijing, Malaysia, Shanghai and Singapore, Sparch has gained worldwide recognition for originality and rich expression, through the delivery of distinctive and critically acclaimed architecture.



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