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Martin Modern by ADDP Architects

ADDP Architects present Martin Modern, a sustainable residential project in Singapore

Martin Modern is an ambitious urban project completed by ADDP Architects. It consists of two 30-storey towers that uphold the highest standards of sustainable architecture.

Set within a botanical garden and standing on a land size of 1.6 hectares, Martin Modern’s two 30-story towers are engulfed in lush, green gardens by renowned landscape architecture firm ICN Design International. The structures themselves are limited to a 20% footprint of the entire site, creating more space for greenery and access to nature for its inhabitants.

There are 15 gardens and lawns and more than 200 species of tropical trees and plants rooted throughout the various levels of the grounds. The Martin Modern project includes a forest trail, maze, “bio pond,” a bamboo grove and aquatic garden between the two towers, along with “secret gardens” on the 36-floor rooftop of each building. ADDP Architects collaborated with Yip Yuen Hong of ip;li Architects for the design of the project.

Martin Modern’s tower blocks are orientated to allow for unobstructed views toward the internal landscaped space, while the higher floors provide a distant view of Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay. In addition, both towers host rooftop gardens that provide enhanced greenery to the already verdant roof space. Within each unit, generous window heights promote air ventilation, while private enclosed spaces and balconies allow for an extension of indoor-to-outdoor living space and a seamless residential environment.

The project’s green and sustainable products, energy efficient air-conditioning, lighting and water systems are incorporated into all units and common areas, allowing residents to reduce carbon footprint and create a better green living environment.

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Rebekah Killigrew
Rebekah Killigrewhttp://www.rebekahkilligrew.com
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