design

NUS – CITYEX 2018: Interplay

City Exhibition is an annual event which showcases the works of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Planning and Urban Design students from NUS School of Design & Environment, Department of Architecture.   The theme for this year’s Exhibition is “Interplay”, which epitomizes the various dimensions in architecture and their effects on one another – in terms …

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CLC – Age-Friendly Cities: Sharing from Asian Cities

10 July (Tuesday), 4.00 – 6.00pm (Networking & Registration from 3:45 – 4:00pm) Marina Bay Sands Sands Expo & Convention Centre Level 3, Begonia 3003 / 3103 Seoul and Singapore are rapidly ageing societies. Over the years, both cities have introduced comprehensive policies and initiatives to prepare themselves for a rapidly ageing population, encompassing infrastructure improvements, care …

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SGBC – The Future of Buildings Seminar Series: Placemaking in Green Buildings

The second seminar of SGBC’s The Future of Buildings series. In this seminar, we will focus on the concept of placemaking, dispelling myths of this multi-faceted approach to building as well as showcase instances that have been successful implemented. (28 Jun 2018) Click here to register As more buildings are needed for a growing population, …

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Design Competition for the New Headquarters for the Kuwait Foundation of Sciences (KFAS)

The UIA is pleased announce the pre-selection phase of the international, restricted two phase architecture competition for the design of the new headquarters for the Kuwait Foundation of Sciences (KFAS), a private, non-profit organisation dedicated to progress and to the advancement of the society through science and technology. The pre-selection phase of the competition is …

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