Spread across 30 hectares of land within one-north, Fusionopolis is envisioned to be Singapore’s R&D hub for Infocommunication Technology, Media and Physical Sciences & Engineering. Designed by renowned Japanese architect Dr Kisho Kurokawa, this cluster of buildings is fast becoming an icon on the skyline of western Singapore with its curvy roof trusses, uniquely-shaped glass buildings and iconic dome.
“Part laboratory, part resort and part architectural gem, Fusionopolis is Singapore’s newest mega-science facility … Fusionopolis is the physical science sequel to Biopolis. Housing six institutes … the buildings are meant to spur interdisciplinary research not only among its own institutes but also with Biopolis.”
Nature Vol 455, “Singapore surges upwards” 23 October 2008