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Singapore revives the Bras Basah and Bugis neighborhoods through a 20-year master plan that prioritizes pedestrians and promotes a vibrant street life.
In its makeover of a public housing estate, Singapore focused on not only improving the physical infrastructure but also on creating more spaces for community bonding.
Singapore built an offshore landfill on Pulau Semakau primarily for waste management, but it also ensured that marine life would thrive and it could serve as a public park.
Singapore halted demolition of an old industrial building within a high-tech business park and repurposed it into a vibrant start-up cluster.
Singapore reinvented itself into a world-class city by taking an integrated approach to sustainable urban development.
Singapore’s biophilic public hospital was built by rehabilitating and incorporating a nearby stormwater collection pond to create a waterfront healing space popular with patients and nearby residents alike.