Singapore Tourism Board
Anchoring a finger pier measuring 335m in length and 120m in width, the Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore (MBCCS) has an eye-catching architecture. A cubistic roof and majestic diagonals are found on the façade, much like “animated” waves projected on the walls. Internally, its linear design doubles as a guide through the building, subtly ushering passengers to the immigration counters. Open spaces are also included to host non-cruise events. The is one of the major developments in the reclaimed Marina South area, as part of Singapore’s Downtown Master Plan.
Project Completed at RSP Architects Planners & Engineers (Pte) Ltd
- 2013 – WAF Awards (Shortlisted)
- 2013 – World Architecture Festival Award (Shortlisted)
- 2012 – BCA Green Mark Awards (Gold)
- 2012 – Structural Steel Excellence Awards (Merit)