Elmich visited Moscow in April 2019 to exhibit at MosBuild 2019, the largest building & interiors trade show in Russia. Read more
Elmich collaborates with Grace Orchard School (GOS) to provide a Work Experience Programme for their students. The students are assigned administrative tasks that are appropriate to their cognitive abilities. At the same time, the employees have the opportunity to interact and work together with the students, allowing them to have a better understanding and awareness towards individuals with special needs.
Elmich conducted a “Green Wall and Green Roof Systems” seminar attended by 78 interior design students from Raffles Design Institute (Singapore) on 25 July 2016.
Mr Wavven Ng Sheng Wei, a graduate from Temasek Polytechnic, School of Design, Diploma of Environment Design, has won the Elmich Course Medal Silver Award for his Final Year Project, Portsdown Residences. We would like to extend our congratulations to him and showcase some of his outstanding architectural renderings:
NParks brought together fifty Community in Bloom (CIB) groups from across Singapore to create five celebratory “SG50 CIB Gardens”. Elmich was privileged to support the creation of the gardens through the sponsorship of our VersiTank® to the garden titled Blk 50.
When the monsoon rains battered Myanmar, it caused heavy floods which affected 11 out of 14 regions in the country, with no hope of the people rebuilding their lives till the storms abated. Houses, schools and hospitals were all washed away into the torrential rains and there were deadly landslides. There was no food, no water and little shelter. Many people have lost their homes and everything they owned. They needed help, any kind of help. Read more
Elmich conducted a three-month experiential learning program for a group of students undertaking the Diploma in Design (Interior & Landscape) at the BCA Academy. The program was designed to invoke and stimulate their sensory perceptions and adopted a holistic approach in teaching how nature can be reintegrated into our urban spaces. Read more
Part of National Geographic Channel’s Young Explorer Programme aimed at arousing and exciting primary school children to appreciate nature and be mindful of the need to conserve and protect the environment for a sustainable future, involved the conversion of an ordinary bus into a unique mobile garden, the first of its kind in Singapore. Read more