Prof. Mario Botta, 76-year-young and now in his sixtieth year as an architect spent a week in Singapore for the Swiss Week 2019 screening his documentary, visiting schools and participating in various talks.
In the last of our three articles recapping the ‘Dense and Green Building Typologies’ symposium, we hear from architects and landscape architects on achieving systematised urban ecology.
The second of our three articles recapping the recent ‘Dense and Green Building Typologies’ symposium looks at the demand for green environments from real estate investors, tenants, and homebuyers.
In the first of three articles, we recap the recent symposium ‘Dense and Green Building Typologies: Architecture as an Urban Ecosystem’. Part 1 looks at government perspectives.
Sustainability, comfort and better user experiences emerged as common threads among the 36 designs that were awarded with Singapore Good Design Mark (SG Mark) this year.
A skyscraper defined by a massive vertical garden, mass housing of futuristic forms, and repurposed heritage monuments – here are some of the Singapore-based projects that made it to the prestigious World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards shortlist this year.
Mark Dytham and Sawako Kaijima tackle the notion of value, changeability and resourcefulness in the context of today’s throwaway society. Olha Romaniuk writes.
ipli Architects continue their introspective approach to residential architecture; Safdie Architects and DCA Architects reinvent high-density living at Sky Habitat; UNStudio and DP Architects support SUTD’s cross-disciplinary pedagogy with spaces of constant connection; A discussion about the tides of practice in Singapore; All the happenings from Singapore Indesign Intimate 2015, and more to be found in this issue.