One-North Fusionpolis Cluster
Singapore

Project Data
Concept Design

Client
Tolaram Capital
Design
2008
Program
10,000 m2 hotel
15,000 m2 ICT offices
Site area
1.3 ha
Building cost
EUR 52,500,000

Project overview

Originally conceived as Buena Vista Science Park, One-North has developed far beyond the traditional office park. In 1995, Singapore's Science Hub Steering Committee set a goal to develop a creative community centred on knowledge-based industries and the idea of innovation ecology, or efficient information sharing.


A comprehensive mixed-use approach was taken to create office clusters that are interconnected by pockets of housing, live/work spaces, retail spaces, and parks. Transit stations and convenient highway access, both existing and planned, attach one-north to central Singapore. More than just "live-work," this community aims for a "live-work-play-learn" mix of uses.


The Fusionpolis ICT office building will provide a hub for organisations with global/regional operations in Singapore, offering modular ‘smart’ spaces, seminar rooms with 3D conferencing facilities, AV rooms, data hosting facilities, medical, courier, accounting, secretarial, transport and travel facilities.


The Fusionpolis 200 room, 4-star hotel will provide ‘overnight stay’ en suite rooms and ‘medium stay’ studio’s hotel suites with gym, swimming pool, restaurant & bar, games rooms. The office accommodation is aimed primarily for short stay business travellers.



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