The Centre for Sustainable Asian Cities held their inaugural Research Symposium: Researching Sustainability in Dense Urban Environments. read more.
The Department of Architecture launched a first-of-its-kind resource book on re-designing nursing homes in high-rise, high-density Asian cities. read more.
Team from Tongji University wins international design competition with innovative solution to address problems of urban connectivity in Asian cities. read more.
Industrial Design students at the NUS School of Design and Environment (SDE) are harnessing their creativity to come up with designs that address real-life healthcare issues. They have developed innovative prototypes, including practical solutions for surgical simulation and easier bone marrow examination. read more.
The School of Design and Environment (SDE) has received the Best Overseas Research Partner Award from Beijing Vantone Citylogic Investment Corporation, to recognize its fruitful collaborations in the research projects carried out by the Centre for Sustainable Asian Cities and the Vertical Cities Asia International Design Competition series. read more.
Six designers from NUS' School of Design and Environment have been honoured with the President's Design Awards 2013. The highest accolades in Singapore bestowed on designers and design projects, the awards recognise the achievements and contributions of Singapore designers who are making a difference to the lives of Singaporeans and that of the larger global community. read more.
An exhibition of "cool" designs at the NUS Central Library Lobby has stopped many students in their tracks despite their current preoccupation with studies and examination. The "Social Innovation – Design for Society: Water Challenges" by the NUS Division of Industrial Design (DID), School of Design and Environment, shows off the selected work of 24 undergraduates, and will be on display until 6 December 2013. read more.
NUS President Professor Tan Chorh Chuan moderated the session on “Building Innovation Ecosystems” at the Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2013. Otherwise known as the Summer Davos of the World Economic Forum (WEF), the event held at Dalian, China from 11 to 13 September this year focused on “Meeting the Innovation Imperative”. read more.
A three-member team from the National University of Singapore and University of Melbourne has won the International Tropical Architecture Design Competition 2013 for Institutes of Higher Learning for its entry on “Mushroom Community Campus”. The competition, a co-located event of International Green Building Conference (IGBC) 2013, was opened to architecture students from institutes of higher learning around the world and focused on tropical green architecture and sustainable building design solutions. read more.
Town Green at NUS University Town (UTown) was a place transformed on 7 August 2013. Not only was it packed with students, faculty and staff who came to view the show for the NUS Students’ Union (NUSSU) Rag Day 2013, the place was also filled with student performers decked in colourful costumes and decorated with massive displays, like a theme park well-adorned with larger-than-life toys, castles, sea creatures, giant candies, and other colourful and striking exhibits. read more.
The BCA-Industry Built Environment Scholarship Award Ceremony 2013 was held on 2 August at the Raffles City Convention Centre. The Building and Construction Authority and 45 built environment firms awarded a record 166 undergraduate and diploma scholarship awards at the ceremony, a 50% increase from last year. Of these, 55 were awarded to SDE students. read more.
Tongji University clinched the top prize in this year’s Vertical Cities Asia International Design Competition. Organised by the NUS School of Design and Environment (SDE), the annual competition is sponsored by international philanthropic organisation World Future Foundation Ltd (WFF) and the Beijing Vantone Citylogic Investment Corporation. read more
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