To be housed in the 1460 armoury building Sale d’Armi in Arsenale, Venice, this year’s Singapore Pavilion responds to the 18th International Architecture Exhibition’s theme — The Laboratory of The Future — but taking the form of a giant evolving machine that seeks to understand our true desires for how we live in the city.
Happening from 20 May to 26 November, the Singapore Pavilion at the 18th Venice Architecture Biennale opens up dialogue about new ways of measuring and evaluating the intangibles we design to.
Do we have to take an all-or-nothing approach when it comes to preserving our built heritage? Conservation specialist Ian Tan posits that there is a middle-ground to be found between infrastructure development and heritage protection.
How adaptable and resilient is the Master Plan 2019 set forth by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA)? Indesignlive.sg investigates.
For whom and for what reasons do we make ‘places’? Could a more inclusive approach to placemaking improve social connections and opportunities?
The URA has launched its newly revamped City Gallery, the new AUDE Space, a new architectural book and more.