Singapore strives to become a City in Nature, where nature is restored into the built environment, and brought closer to everyone’s lives.
Featuring 31 highly acclaimed and distinctive landscape architecture projects by the National Parks Board and Recognised Practices under the Singapore Institute of Landscape Architects, Designing a City in Nature explores how landscape architecture contributes to Singapore’s City in Nature transformation, showing that nature can be successfully integrated into the dense urban fabric beyond parks and gardens.
By Jason Wright and Audrey Xu
A4 size, hard cover, 25 mm thickness
Published by: NParks, in collaboration with SILA