The SOM-designed Tanjong Pagar Centre is featured in EdgeProp as one of the landmark projects transforming Singapore's skyline. Reaching a height of 290 meters, the building is the tallest tower in the country and offers office, residential, retail, and hospitality space.
EdgeProp reports on Tanjong Pagar Centre, a 290-meter-tall skyscraper recognized as the new focal point within Singapore's Tanjong Pagar district. The SOM-designed tower, the tallest in the country, sets the standard for a sustainable and livable development in Singapore.
Five SOM projects are featured in "CTBUH Year in Review," an annual report with data on the world's new tallest buildings. Beijing Greenland Center, Tanjong Pagar Centre, 252 E. 57th Street, Ningbo Bank of China, and Chongqing Rural Commercial Bank Financial Building made the list.
Architectural Record reports on the growing use of Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) as a renewable energy source that helps to achieve ambitious sustainability goals. SOM incorporated this solution at Tanjong Pagar Centre, a 64-story tower complex in Singapore.
On January 13th, 2016, members of SOM's Chicago and Hong Kong offices attended the topping out ceremony for the Tanjong Pagar Centre in Singapore. The event's guest of honor was Singapore's National Development Minister who signed a commemorative plaque for the development.
Following the topping out ceremony for Tanjong Pagar Centre, The Straits Times' Business section reveals how the project's tower provides the country with its tallest building in 20 years. A new landmark destination, the development brings a significant contribution to the skyline of Singapore.
Following the topping out ceremony for SOM's Tanjong Pagar Centre in Singapore, Channel NewsAsia reports on how the mixed-use development will reinvigorate and catalyze transformation in the area. Set to be the tallest building in Singapore, the Centre creates a business and lifestyle hub in the CBD.
On Thursday, November 5, 2015, SOM Design Partner Scott Duncan will be a featured speaker at the World Architecture Festival (WAF) 2015 in Singapore. As the lead designer of SOM’s Pertamina Energy Tower in Jakarta, Duncan will present on the innovative design of this project, the world’s first supertall tower for which energy is the primary design driver.
In a new article, designboom explores SOM’s Tanjong Pagar Centre, currently rising in Singapore’s historic central business district. Upon its completion in 2016, the supertall, mixed-use tower will serve as a gateway to the future waterfront city.
The World Architecture Festival recently announced the finalists of its annual WAF Awards. SOM’s Tanjong Pagar Centre, located in Singapore and slated to open in 2016, was shortlisted in the “Commercial Mixed-Use – Future Projects” category and is now eligible for additional accolades.
The World Architecture Festival recently released the names of its 2015 WAF Awards finalists. SOM’s Tanjong Pagar Centre, which will be the tallest tower in Singapore upon completion in 2016, was shortlisted in the “Commercial Mixed-Use – Future Projects” category
The Straits Times previews the Tanjong Pagar Centre, which is designed by SOM and scheduled to open in Singapore in 2016. The 64-story tower, the tallest in the city, harmonizes with the overall skyline, and the project’s mix of uses will make a dynamic contribution to urban life.
SOM and SOM Asia Ltd are pleased to announce the expansion and relocation of its Hong Kong office to better serve its clients and collaborators throughout the region. SOM Directors Peter J. Kindel and Silas Chiow will join SOM Associate Ame Engelhart, an architect and urban designer based in Hong Kong for 21 years.
SOM's Tanjong Pagar Centre in Singapore has won a World Architecture News Mixed-Use Award. The project, slated for completion in 2016, was the singular winner in the Future Projects subcategory.
With their One World Trade Center safely crowned the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, the skyscraper overlords at SOM have moved on, recently unveiling yet another record-breaker: Tanjong Pagar Centre, which will be Singapore's tallest tower when complete in 2016.
SOM has designed what will be Singapore’s tallest tower upon its completion in 2016. Positioned as a premier quality business and lifestyle hub, the 290-meter Tanjong Pagar Centre will provide a mix of uses, comprising office, residential, retail, and hospitality space in the historic Tanjong Pagar central business district.
SOM has revealed its design for Tanjong Pagar Centre, set to become Singapore’s tallest building upon its completion in 2016.
Plans were unveiled last week for Tanjong Pagar Centre, a large-scale development in Singapore designed by SOM. Developed by GuocoLand, the mixed-use project will contain 1.7-million square feet of Grade-A offices, prestigious residential apartments, a luxury business hotel, premier retail space, and a sheltered event space.
A skyscraper to be built atop the Tanjong Pagar MRT station will be Singapore's tallest building by the time it is finished in 2016. The 64-storey Tanjong Pagar Centre will stand at 290 meters, said Singapore-listed GuocoLand yesterday.