MILLENNIAL NOMAD SPACE We Are Millennials, Mobilised considers the role of the digital in the everyday life of millennials, and how this shapes the way this generation comes together to navigate space both online and offline.
NUS-TSINGHUA DESIGN RESEARCH INITIATIVE—SHARING CITIES Architecture of the Sharing Culture envisions the possibility of living and reinventing ourselves in a liveable and sustainable manner amidst the limitations of resources.
MICHAEL BUDIG AND OLIVER HECKMANN, SINGAPORE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN In harnessing the potential of technology to inspire new forms of social housing, Future Hybrid High-Rise Commune presents an urban vision of us living together — both digitally and physically — in the future.
SALAD DRESSING In Rewilding the Sky, a post-Anthropocene landscape is posited where nature thrives alongside the urban city — lush and wild once more.
HYPHEN ARCHITECTS + BRIAN KHOO + MARY ANN NG An Ode to Smell encourages visitors to experience spaces through their sense of smell, and to consider how scent can influence and define our individual and collective memories or impressions of the built environment.
LIGHTING PLANNERS ASSOCIATES Through the activities they host, Lighting Detectives invite participants to come together to observe the subtle but significant role of light in our cityscape and how it defines our understanding of our environments.
ATELIER HOKO Familiar vernacular spaces, such as the void decks in many early public housing projects, can look very different from the perspective of someone or something else, and HABIT©AT is a research project that rethinks this spatial environment with a clowder of community cats.
DRAMA BOX, ARTSWOK COLLABORATIVE, FOREST & WHALE Both Sides, Now uncovers the potential of the void deck, an empty ground floor space found in many early public housing projects that affords a variety of social activities, through hands-on collaborations and workshops with local communities.
LAI CHEE KIEN Hawker Centres in Singapore examines the history and evolution of Singapore’s public dining rooms, and how they became quintessentially communal spaces of gathering.
STUDIO LAPIS + EUGENE TAN + JEROME NG XINHAO Syncretically, Eclectically — ‘Haw Par’ Have We Come? touches on the collective histories of built spaces, and the special place recreational spaces have in the hearts of Singaporeans and foreigners.