Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore Feb 28 – Mar 2, 2018
Workshop summary: The workshop explored how various sharing practices can be integrated to develop Tanjong Pagar Harhour, the main port of Singapore that will be relocated to the West of the country, into a sustainable sharing neighbourhood in the high-density, tropical urban environment. To envision the future, Mr Seah Chee Huang, Director of DP Architects, Ruzica Bozovic Stamenovic, Associate Professor of Department of Architecture, NUS, Mr Lim Zi Yuan, Director of Vouse, and Mr Richard Ho Kong Fatt, Principal of Richard Ho Architects shared different views of sharing city in the future at the forum. And this was followed by intensive debates and discussions among the panel and between participants. The design investigation was carried out in thematic groups with respect to different sharing practices.
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