The vision for Rochester Executive Learning Complex is to be a world-class talent development, networking, work and lifestyle hub. At the heart of this development is the Shared Executive Learning Centre (SELC) which integrates with an upscale business hotel, A-grade office, co-working spaces, and specially curated F&B concepts with a suite of engaging community programmes.
The building is composed in elevation and plan as a three-dimensional “micro mixed-use campus”. A collage of elements sensitively connected together with a single purpose to create a new paradigm for senior executive learning. The proposal adds a different dimension to the typical institutional character, by enabling a permeable flow between inside and outside and between the programmatic layers of the building.
The building design is focused on providing a platform for interaction. It also establishes a strong relationship with the adjacent Rochester Park landscape by forming terraces, with visual connections to the park. Rochester Park has been designed to make a positive environmental and social impact on the city.
It supports the late Zaha Hadid’s evolving master plan for one- north, and in doing so, the project becomes a place of interaction where one wants to be, to socialise, to have fun, to exercise, to learn and to relax. Source by SPARK.
- Location: Singapore
- Architect: SPARK
- Project Director: Stephen Pimbley + Wenhui Lim
- Project Associates: Yun Wai Wing
- Project Team: Mark Mancenido, Luca Maccarinelli, Liliani Saputri, Joei Wee, Carlo Joson, Nguyen Van Thanh Ha, Michael Halagao, Huiwen Toh
- Client: Perennial Real Estate Holdings Limited
- Total GFA: 36,827sqm
- Height: 112m
- Images: Courtesy of SPARK