Way-finding and signage design should be considered holistically as part of the building and facilities planning process. This is to ensure that people can have safe and easy access to amenities and facilities provided in a building.
With 4 keynote and more than 20 other speakers, ISGC 2015 will present a valuable and exceptional learning experience to all its participants.Over a 2 day programme and through keynote presentations, focused plenary and topical parallel sessions, these thought leaders and skyrise greenery practioners will share their views and insights on the state of the industry today and their vision of the future.
ISGC 2015 is also a leading industry education platform for you to meet and establish new links with your regional counterparts, as well as to rejuvenate and refresh your understanding and views of the industry.
Awards, Accreditation and Celebration for SILA
13 October 2015
Singapore, Singapore, 13th October 2015 – Last night Singapore Institute of Landscape Architects (SILA) hosted its 10th biennial awards night celebrating the achievements of the landscape industry. SILA celebrated the achievements with the Singapore Landscape Architecture Awards (SLAA) and Gala Dinner at the Pan Pacific Singapore hotel. The Guest-of-Honour on the night was Mr Robert Tomlin, chairman of DesignSingapore Council Board.