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TSA 15 - Singapore Institute of Architects

TSA 15

The Singapore Architect Issue No. 15 – this new issue looks at our environment as a constructed landscape, covering the spectrum from the wild to the artificial. In recognising that Singapore is an engineered machine that just happens to incorporate many trees and shrubs, we hope to move past the superficial assurances that green foliage gives us, and interrogate ourselves on the heavy responsibilities that remain for us to fight climate change.

The magazine features 5 new buildings that integrate ecology in different ways, including the new building for the department of architecture at NUS. Our Insight articles look into how effective our nature reserve is in preserving wildlife habitats and questions if integrating greenery in buildings is becoming an aesthetic strategy rather than an ecological one. Under Heritage, we revisit East Coast Park, one of the first recreational spaces built on reclaimed land.

The magazine is available at Kinokuniya, Basheer, BooksActually, and other bookstores!

The new issue looks at our environment as a constructed landscape, covering the spectrum from the wild to the artificial. In recognising that Singapore is an engineered machine that just happens to incorporate many trees and shrubs, we hope to move past the superficial assurances that green foliage gives us, and interrogate ourselves on the heavy responsibilities that remain for us to fight climate change.

The magazine features 5 new buildings that integrate ecology in different ways, including the new building for the department of architecture at NUS. Our Insight articles look into how effective our nature reserve is in preserving wildlife habitats and questions if integrating greenery in buildings is becoming an aesthetic strategy rather than an ecological one. Under Heritage, we revisit East Coast Park, one of the first recreational spaces built on reclaimed land.

The magazine is available at Kinokuniya, Basheer, BooksActually, and other bookstores!