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Posted by on Feb 6, 2017 in Landscape architecture Posts, Singapore

Singapore’s Got Talent – Landscape Architecture in Singapore

Singapore’s Got Talent – Landscape Architecture in Singapore

For this issue of our “Got Talent” world series, we have selected 10 amazing projects that represent Landscape Architecture in Singapore. Singapore is one of the leaders of modern architecture nowadays. For decades it has been transforming its cities with distinguished structures and it has been recognized for originality and design all over the world. So, let’s take a look at some projects… Landscape Architecture in Singapore 10. Patterson...

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Posted by on Jan 1, 2017 in 2015, ICN Design Landscape Architects, Landscape architecture Posts, Singapore

How Landscape Architecture Helps to Integrate Two Monumental Buildings

How Landscape Architecture Helps to Integrate Two Monumental Buildings

Article by Irmak Bilir – The National Gallery / ICN DESIGN Landscape Architects, Singapore National Gallery Singapore shows us how to integrate two national buildings with landscape architecture successfully. It is one of Asia’s most significant architectural projects in the cultural sphere. It is designed between two national and neo-classical buildings of Singapore. One of them is the former City Hall and the another one is former Supreme Court,...

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Posted by on Oct 23, 2016 in 2013, ICN Design Landscape Architects, Landscape architecture Posts, Singapore

The Interlace — Proof That Nature and Urban Areas Can Thrive in Harmony

The Interlace — Proof That Nature and Urban Areas Can Thrive in Harmony

Article by Lidija Šuster – A review of The Interlace, by ICN Design, Singapore In today’s world, buildings and skyscrapers sprout at an incredible pace. It’s our job as landscape architects to make sure the concrete jungle doesn’t take over our planet. Vegetation acts as the “lungs” of any city and heals humans both physically and psychologically. It enhances concentration, reduces stress, and makes people feel better. These benefits...

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Posted by on Aug 9, 2016 in 2014, Landscape architecture Posts, ONG & ONG Pte Ltd, Singapore

How Residential Living Can Become a Lush, Tropical Resort

How Residential Living Can Become a Lush, Tropical Resort

Article by Nick Shannon Residential Living at the Paterson Collection, by Ong Ong , in Singapore Landscape architects hold a huge responsibility to design environments that people will occupy for years to come. The decisions we make have a direct impact on the everyday lives of the end users, which is a very powerful idea. We have the potential to create a positive influence in other people’s lives. Bringing...

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Posted by on May 5, 2016 in 2013, Landscape architecture Posts, ONG & ONG Pte Ltd, Singapore

When Going on Holiday is One Step out the Front Door

When Going on Holiday is One Step out the Front Door

Article by Rose Buchanan – Total reading time 3 minutes Cyan, by ONG & ONG Pte Ltd, Bukit Timah, Singapore It’s not often that you see a residential development dominated by outdoor recreational space. In fact, most developments squash as many tiny living spaces as possible onto one property to “maximize” their return. This is not true of Cyan, a prime residential development located in Bukit Timah in Singapore. Cyan’s...

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Posted by on Feb 8, 2016 in 2014, DP Architects, Landscape architecture Posts, Residential, Serangoon, Singapore

Why Green is the Only Way for This Housing Development

Why Green is the Only Way for This Housing Development

Article by Agmarie Calderón Alonso Minton Housing Development, by DP Architects in Serangoon in Singapore, Asia The Minton housing development comprises ten 15-story and eight 17-story apartment blocks, with a total of 1,145 units including 24 units of penthouses. Despite its size, this development creates a real visualization of how the landscape as open spaces can create different experiences. All blocks are oriented in the north-south direction in three...

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