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Master class with Sir Peter Head (Image: Samuel Hartono) Master class with Wong Mun Summ of Woha (Image: Samuel Hartono)
   
Master class with Professor Karel Kabele (Image: Samuel Hartono) Site visit to Gardens by the Bay (Image: Samuel Hartono)
   
Site visit to United World College (Image: Samuel Hartono) Site visit to School of the Arts (Image: Samuel Hartono)
   
Site visit to Zero Energy Building @ BCA Academy (Image: Samuel Hartono) Site visit to Semakau Island landfill (Image: Samuel Hartono)
   
Studio life (Image: Huang Yi) Studio life (Image: Huang Yi)
   
Final project presentations (Image: Samuel Hartono) End-of-semester dinner (Image: Samuel Hartono)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The programme offers technical visits to newly completed and innovative projects. During the course of each semester students are brought out of the classroom to projects that are reshaping the landscape and outlook of Singapore.
Bishan Park
Ecologically-designed park that is an innovative merger of public amenity and water infrastructure | Visited in February 2012 as part of the Integrated Studio Project module.

Bras Basah station
Underground station for Singapore’s mass rapid transit system representing innovative use of daylight in subterranean spaces | Visited in August 2011 and August 2012 as part of the master class for the Green Buildings in the Tropics module.
Church of St Mary
Award-winning project representing innovative use of daylight in tropical conditions| Visited in August 2012 as part of the master class for the Green Buildings in the Tropics module.
Gardens by the Bay Conservatories
Greenhouses for cool climate plants deploying cutting edge engineering and closed loop systems | Visited in January 2011 and January 2012 as part of the Sustainability Models and Blueprints module.

 
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
Award-winning hospital representing integration of community spaces and greenery, plus extensive reliance on passive design strategies | Visited in August 2012 as part of the Green Buildings in the Tropics module.

  
Newton Suites
Award-winning private residential development illustrating the integration of vertical greenery and solar shading elements | Visited in August 2011 as part of the master class for the Green Buildings in the Tropics module.
Pinnacles @ Duxton
High-rise public housing project representing new housing typology with community spaces in the sky | Visited in August 2012 as part of the Green Buildings in the Tropics module.
School of the Arts
Award-winning public school representing extensive reliance on passive strategies and vertical greenery| Visited in August 2011 and August 2012 as part of the master class for the Green Buildings in the Tropics module.

 
Semakau Island landfill
Ecologically-designed landfill site that is innovative for its waste management strategies | Visited in August 2011 and August 2012 as part of the Energy and Ecology module.
Stadium MRT station
Underground station for Singapore’s mass rapid transit system representing innovative use of daylight in subterranean spaces | Visited in August 2011 and August 2012 as part of the master class for the Green Buildings in the Tropics module.
United World College, Tampines Campus
Innovative private school relying on cutting edge electro-mechanical systems | Visited in August 2012 as part of the Green Buildings in the Tropics module.

  
Zero Energy Building @ BCA Academy
Super energy-efficient office building and school; a landmark facility by the Building Construction Authority | Visited in August 2011 and August 2012 as part of the Energy and Ecology module.