Jewel Changi Airport

Airport and paradise are two words that don’t usually come together in the same sentence. But take a look at the new Singapore airport project. The Jewel Changi Airport Project started several years ago and this unique collection is now shining.

Singapore’s Changi Airport has shown its dominance in the airport tourism industry with the launch of its newest tourist attraction Jul. The Jul is designed to transform the gathering place of people into a public attraction.

Changi Airport has received more than 557 awards since its establishment. This airport has earned this title with its unique facilities and services that it offers to passengers. The benefits of beautiful green architecture, good performance, and advanced luxury facilities are among the reasons why passengers are so satisfied with this airport. You can visit the cactus garden and blue lotus garden in terminal 1 and the Butterfly Garden and the high slide in terminal 3. The collection of orchids and sunflowers are unique from other gardens of this airport.

In the center of this new and symbolic building (Shiseido Forest Valley) is located in a mud-covered area with thousands of tree roots and trees and the tallest covered waterfall in the world (40 meters high) that turns the rain into a waterfall through a window and is always open. At the center of the roof drops down. This forest section has direct access to the main store space through several vertical valley paths, including two hiking paths. The eastern path includes several small waterfalls along the path, while the western path allows visitors to pass through the fog while moving.

On the fifth level, the valley of the attractive park includes ruins and a glass bridge for the presence of people with a capacity of about one thousand people.

This project is so exciting and wonderful that it can turn into one of the best tourist attractions in Singapore alone.

Importance of nature

In green architecture, the principle states that under any condition, buildings should be built in such a way that they can take advantage of the climate of the area and local energy resources. How a building’s stability and its interior Location can improve the interior furnishings while reducing fossil fuel use through proper and structural obstructions. The two processes mentioned above are inadvertently similar and have a lot in common.

Singapore is famous for its abundant gardens and green spaces, Singapore’s Changi Airport Jewel Project is supposed to be a jungle valley, and a five-story garden with thousands of trees, shrubs and shrubs turning the complex into a dream garden Travelers can also go to the top of this valley and watch the unique view of this artificial forest from there. Robin Go, the spokesman of Changi Airport Group, said in an interview: “Our goal was to experience the activities that we usually do in the open space and in nature inside this complex.” The unique waterfall of this collection, which falls exactly from the middle of the forest, will be about 40 meters high. According to officials, this waterfall will be the highest indoor-space waterfall in the world after completion.

In the Changi Airport Jewelry Project, efforts have been made to make everything as natural as possible. For example, the north gate of the garden is made from the trunks of raintree that existed in the former parking lot. On the upper floor of this complex, various gardens, walking paths, playgrounds, restaurants and relaxation spaces will be built in an area of over 13,000 square meters. “We wanted to create a space where travelers and their families can relax and have fun,” according to the project’s developers.

Incorrect patterns in behavior towards the environment can easily destroy it, while we are dependent on it for a long period of survival over future generations. Green design is a practical solution to solve issues in which natural resources before, after and during the production process are minimally damaged, plus materials are useful and returnable.

A jewel in the crown

Singapore’s Joel Changi Airport is an experience unlike any other experiences, both in scale and architectural design and thrilling.

Construction of this easily accessible, nature-inspired entertainment complex featuring a curved shape made of glass and steel on the ground followed a budget of $1 billion and $700 million.

This doughnut shaped structure consists of 10 floors, 5 floors above the ground level and 5 floors Underground.

Buro Happold International Engineering Consulting Company (BIM) carried out the design work using advanced tools for building information modeling (BIM) and provides maximum light balance without overheating the indoor space, which creates an ideal environment for plant growth. Done. The result of the harvest, the space was not only beautiful, but also constructable and economically affordable

Buro Happold designed the steel structure with a network shell weighing 3,500 tons and a suspended ceiling. The donut-shaped roof is meticulously engineered to form a continuous network shell supported by a circular arrow and 14 tree-shaped pipe columns that are placed in a concrete structure. Round window sliding section supports the most complex design and manufacturing element that moved the boundaries of technology

The roof consists of five thousand knots and 14 thousand steel pieces in different shapes. Of course, all parts have common geometric rules that make their connections have similar molecules (this creates a system of common structure and connectivity in all places). Each structure features a unique charter-like steel section and a rectangular panel, each one is made with the (most advanced manufacturing technologies. These knots are orthodontic by Mero Company in Germany on five axis and the metal parts are all straight and placed on a vertical level.

More than 9 thousand high-quality Triangle Glass Cup, each one is a little different, specially engineered for the dome and installed in their exact Location using QR codes. Their light reflections were extensively tested to ensure that no reflections were found that could disrupt air traffic controllers.