A new airport terminal with a forest and the world’s largest indoor waterfall
Singapore Changi Airport did it again – a new airport terminal that combines sustainability and technology.
The new terminal has its own forest with more than 2,500 trees and 100,000 shrubs (!).
And not enough, they also build the world’s largest indoor waterfall. Classic Changi.
Check out this quick video from twitter, with the main facts:
Singapore’s new airport terminal has its own forest and the world’s biggest indoor waterfall.#Singapore #sustainability #tech #innovation #TuesdayThoughts #construction #architecture pic.twitter.com/MSHVReYUoK
— Precision Homes (@PrecisionHomes_) February 13, 2018
Here’s another early video from last year (2017) about the planning:
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Laura Cornelius says:
WOW!! I could quite happily stay at the airport