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Soaring Gardens - Reimagination of Hanging Gardens of Babylon by Omegarender

Project name:
Soaring Gardens
Architecture firm:
Tools used:
Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper, Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
Principal architect:
Design team:
Modeler - Andrii Pavlov; art director - Sergey Shelestyukovich; 3D artists - Denys Onyshchenko, Roman Markelov
Built area:
173 ha
Site area:
Design year:
Completion year:
non-commercial project
Concept - Design
Futuristic Architecture › Science Center, Botanic Garden, Public Space

Omegarender: Soaring Gardens is the first object in our “Neo Archaic” project series. Our main goal is to reimagine the legendary buildings of ancient times through a modern perspective.

We needed an architecture who would both impress contemporaries as well as evoke the image of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Inspired by bionic architecture, we have created a complexly proportioned facility with an area of 172 hectares in the heart of Singapore’s financial district.

According to the idea of our project, the "Gardens" will become a global centre for the study of botany, which will house a research centre and a greenhouse museum. Thus, the scale of the architecture will be commensurate with the grand scale of the idea that this architecture serves.

Soaring Gardens will become an attraction, a landmark, and a new architectural symbol of the city. Enjoying the overhanging abundance of vegetation, everyone will also have the opportunity to be lifted up. The floating parts are connected to the skyscrapers in such a way that people can go straight from these buildings on an excursion through the botanical garden. The terraces will be landscaped, and they can become a place for partial commerce.

By Naser Nader Ibrahim

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