Studio Ideas and Inspiration

Singapore’s Green Roof

Posted in artists and architects by tnsquared on 13 January 2010

Many buildings today seem to have an imbalance  between design and function.

The School of Art, Design & Media at the Nanyang Technology University is anything but that.  This building merges contours of building’s roof to the site of the original hill, creating a beautiful and dynamic form to the building.

As a school of the arts, the great continuity and fluid shape of the building definitely gives the students a great sense of inspiration.

A very fascinating feature of this building is that the roof is accessible from the ground – you could literally walk up onto the roof! This definitely gives a whole new experience of spaces to the students and patrons.

So forget Carleton University! I’m transferring to Singapore for design school. I guess I have to brush up on my Mandarin, though…

Happy Designing!

– TN.

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  1. andreachiney said, on 15 January 2010 at 5:03 PM

    I really like this :)


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