Aloha Loyang is situated along Pasir Ris Beach, Singapore offering 38 chalets ranging from 2 to 4 bedrooms with amenities that made it a popular venue for staycations and gatherings of family and friends to enjoy the sea breeze in the midst of lush greenery.
“One key element was the incorporation of a 3-metre mature Cratoxylon cochinchinensis tree within the bus stop as a greenery feature”
A group of young architects from DP Architects (DPA) thought that bus stops need not be just functional. By adding imagination, creative design, and technology into the mix, bus stops can go beyond their utilitarian function, and make waiting a fun and enriching experience for commuters. They approached the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) with the idea to design a prototype bus stop as a fun social space and Project Bus Stop was born.
Würth AG is now selling Elmich pedestals online as well as in their Würth Handwerker Shops across Switzerland.
Elmich is honoured to be Würth AG’s trusted partner for the supply of decking and paving pedestals, and accessories despite the competitive landscape and numerous suppliers of height adjustable pedestals available in Europe.
Elmich VersiWall® GM (VGM) Green Wall at JI Hotel Xiamen Zhongshan Road Pedestrian Street survived the strongest typhoon to hit China in nearly 70 years.Read more
Elmich conducted a seminar on “Waterproofing for Below Ground Structures“ under the BOA-SIA CPD programme at the Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) premises on 27 October 2016.
28th to 30th September marked the third installation of ArchXpo, an annual exhibition of architecture and the built environment. 7,000 trade professionals were in attendance and 170 exhibitors participated, transforming the exhibition halls into a bustling hub showcasing architectural and built environment technologies, products and related services.
Leading landscape engineering designer and manufacturer Elmich has launched a modular green wall system VersiWall® GT (VGT) which fulfils fire safety requirements, particularly for indoor green walls.
Urbanisation has led to both population and economic growth in the cities and the biggest challenge of greening in highly-urbanised areas, is space. Owners, architects, designers and professionals in the built industry are embracing vertical gardens, also termed as vertical greenery, green walls or living walls in their projects as an alternative interior façade. The popularity of vertical gardens in buildings was driven by the innovative use of unused spaces, its aesthetic value, environmental benefits and improving the wellbeing of its occupants.
National Gallery Singapore was opened on 24th November after a decade of building and preparations. The opening was celebrated with gusto, gathering 170,000 people within the first two weeks. This modern art museum was converted from the former Supreme Court and City Hall buildings, both of which were built in the 1900s. The two historic monuments were combined and transformed into one grand museum without losing the integrity of their original architecture.