The Tre Ver – Trees, River, Home
In recent years, the essence of green buildings has moved beyond structures built with resource conservation in mind to something greater - buildings with biophilic design. These buildings combine elements of nature both in their interior and exterior environments, and have proven to make people feel and perform better. The Tre Ver, the latest collaboration between UOL and architecture firm WOHA, will become the newest addition to the green residential building landscape in Singapore.
In recent times, biophilic design has earned prestigious recognition worldwide. The award-winning WOHA Architects is one of the pioneers of this movement. Among its impressive portfolio includes Newton Suites, PARKROYAL on Pickering, owned by UOL, and Oasia Hotel Downtown. The two hotels won coveted awards by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), a global authority on tall buildings and future cities. Both hotels were lauded for the integration of greenery into their surroundings which have consistently drawn visitors.
UOL and WOHA will also include biophilic design for The Tre Ver, where nature will surround the buildings, even on the upper floors, and bring the outdoors literally to the homeowner’s door. Blessed with over 200m of Kallang River frontage, The Tre Ver’s lush landscaping will blend seamlessly with the waterfront promenade, providing residents with a perfect environment to fulfil their innate desire to connect with nature. Through proximity with nature, The Tre Ver promises to meet the aspirations and trigger the inspirations of residents.