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If you, as a landscape architect, were given a task to improve Cikini’s environment, and provide design solutions to enhance resident’s livability, what would you think of? Do you think you can even make an actual contribution? I had the opportunity to participate in students’ engagement with community members, thorough site analysis, and coming up with solutions for years, as part of ...
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This year, for the very first time, Singapore Institute of Landscape Architects (SILA) organised an ambitious community activity where 30 Building Professionals from Singapore came together to build a home in Malaysia, for low-income indigenous families.
Planning
This year, for the very first time, Singapore Institute of Landscape Architects (SILA) organised an ambitious community activity where 30 Building Professionals from Singapore came together to build a home in Malaysia, for low-income indigenous families.
Planning
In collaboration with Epic Homes, learn more behind the problems of Kampung Gurney, a Temuan village located in the district of Batang Kali, Malaysia. And moreover, the solutions that helped drive the pre-planning of the SILA Build With Heart 2019 initiative.
Planning
What do we really know about the landscape dimensions of reconstruction works in the aftermath of disasters? Mr Damian Tang, President of IFLA Asia Pacific Region, had the privilege of being invited by Assoc. Prof. Misato Uehara from Shinshu University and Japanese delegate to IFLA to the former disaster site in Tohoku prefecture, stricken by a devastating earthquake and tsunami. The two days of ...
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Background: (2006/2007: Crisis in Timor) Branca is a volunteer who served in refugee camps in Hera. Her own home became a camp! The catholic church was closed because of the crisis and many people started attending the Sidara church. During that time, she discovered many disabled people in the community and started ministering to them. She shared her vision to others and people helped to buy land ...
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We keep celebrating World Landscape Architecture Month. And for IFLA it is also a celebration: we have reached IFLA News issue  #100 . It represents the work and efforts of many voluntary people that are behind every number.