Star Performing Arts Centre is located in the Vista Xchange precinct of one-north, Singapore. One-north is a new 200-hectare development conceived to attract technology, media and cultural facilities, supported by the government of Singapore to create a ‘global talent hub’.
Its proximity to educational, social and recreational centres will appeal to both expatriates and locals of the broader Singapore community alike. The Centre’s location will ensure easy access via public transport and two MRT lines, as well as from the Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE).
The 54,000 sq.m. development comprises of cultural, civic & retail uses and when complete will provide a premier entertainment, lifestyle and retail experience for one-north and the wider Singapore community.
The design for the 24,000 sq.m. retail space responds to the challenging site topography as the zone spirals inwards addressing the major entry points and culminates in an open amphitheatre.
Above, a 40m high grand foyer creates a visual and spatial connection between the retail, civic and cultural zones. It also provides a canopy under which the public can experience outdoor entertainment and al-fresco dining while protected from the elements.
The focus of the cultural zone is a 5,000 plus seat auditorium, which will be the largest venue of its kind in Singapore capable of staging amplified musicals, concerts and other large scale visual events.
The venue is supported with administration, artist and technical support, function spaces, foyers, concessions and circulation spaces making up the remainder of the 30,000 sq.m. cultural and civic program.
The concept design is driven by the desire to blur the boundaries between retail and cultural zones and indoor and outdoor spaces with flowing spatial transitions that encourage discovery and deliver an energetic civic node serving one-north and beyond.
Design Director: Andrew Bromberg
Imágenes: Renders de Aedas
Client: Rock Productions Pte Ltd (Cultural Complex) CapitaLand (Retail Complex)