In planning for our city, we face constraints like height and space. How do we MAXIMISE our land to meet present and future needs?
At Singapore City Gallery, you will find many creative ways to use our land.
Here are some
examples: Public housing apartments almost 50 storeys high will
be a reality in 2007! An international architectural competition
was held to find fresh, innovative and new ideas for high-rise,
The development, to be built at Duxton Plain, stands at 48-storeys
and can house about 1,800 households. It will have facilities like
roof gardens, jogging tracks at 26th storey, cafes and convenience
stores at ground level and underground car parks!
taller is one way of maxmising land, it is not always possible due
to aviation height constraints imposed in many areas. So here's
The Marine Parade
Community Building has been hailed as a landmark project. Far from
being a typical community complex, it is home to the Marine Parade
Community Club, the Marine Parade Community Library and the theatre
group, the Necessary Stage.
Besides the library, this complex also houses a 263-seater theatrette,
glass-walled gymnasium, covered basketball court on the rooftop,
air-conditioned sports hall and a café, all packed in a three-storey