Within Singapore's land and water scarce context lies the challenge of habitable spaces with land intensification.
Infrastructure is not conceived as separate city engineering entities but as forms of architecture and landscape arising from specific cultural, socio-economic and community aspirations.
This idea is explored by NUS Architecture Department in nine propositions on land, sea and airspace encompassing production, recreation, culture, communication, mobility, dwelling and technology.
Floating City Ang Chien Tee, Ho Yi Pei, Sia Li Boon | Assoc Prof Joseph Lim Ee Man (Tutor)
Transformer Bridge Liew Kok Fong | Assoc Prof Joseph Lim Ee Man (Tutor)
BioShell: Biodegradable Modularized Shelter Shinya Okuda (Project Lead)
Kinetic Screen Assoc Prof Joseph Lim Ee Man
TuasCity 2050 Kew Xun Long, Clifford Au Yong Wen Li, Verna Ho Jing Yu, Jessica Tan Su-Ann, Joanne Gay Hui Yan | Assoc Prof Joseph Lim (Tutor)
The Landscape of the Port Tan Chong Chen, Isabella Ong, Iven Peh | Prof Bobby Wong (Tutor)
ELEVATE Koh Teck Wei | Rudi Maria Frans Anne Stouffs (Tutor)
Ng Eng Teng's Museum Tay Ding Yang | Melanie Francis (Tutor)
Social Media Urbanism Sandy Khoo, Litu Pung, Rachel Yang, Kinkit Loh, Yenshan Phoaw, Xiao Zhang, Eleanor Xu, Jessica Ardelia, Qianrou Tan | Florian Schaetz (Tutor)
Majulah Park Design Thesis Dolly Foo Yu Yu | Tsuto Tsakamoto (Tutor)
The Brown Co-op: Negotiating the Absence Presence of Bukit Brown Tan Jing Xiang | Tsuto Tsakamoto (Tutor)
Pirkology Epiphanie Barlie Lie | Erik L'heureux (Tutor)
Neighboursheds Sim Jia Wei Estelle | Erik L'heureux (Tutor)
Photo: City in a Port, by Tan Chong Chen, NUS Architecture (Studio Bobby Wong)