1000 Singapores: Eight Points of the Compact City
Join the curators of 1000 Singapores: Eight Points of the Compact City for a discourse on high-density city planning and architecture. The public forum, presented by architects Khoo Peng Beng, Erik L’Heureux and Florian Schätz, promises to be engaging and insightful.
1000 Singapores: Eight Points of the Compact City updates, expands and critically re-examines the original exhibition*. 1000 Singapores was presented in Paris in 2015, as one of the main programmes of the Singapore Festival in France, celebrating 50 years of diplomatic ties between Singapore and France.
WOULD A LOW-MAINTENANCE LANDSCAPE REGIME BE ACCEPTABLE FOR URBAN GREENERY IN SINGAPORE?
From a researcher’s point of view, landscapes that require minimal maintenance are generally considered to be ecologically sustainable and beneficial to the environment. As practitioners, efforts are always made to ensure that biodiversity and the associated ecosystem services are maximised in any given project.
23 December 2015
Dear SILA Members,
The end of the year marks a threshold and invites a moment for reflection. 2015 was a fantastic year, with us celebrating SILA’s 30th Anniversary with 116 Accredited Landscape Architects, 2 President Design Award winners, and 4 recipients of the Singapore Design Golden Jubilee Award amongst many accomplishments.