The Civic District is the birthplace of modern Singapore and marks the beginning of the country’s historical, architectural and cultural heritage. Plans for the Civic District enhancement works were revealed during the Draft Master Plan 2013 exhibition and will be completed in phases by end 2016.
Green Thumbs 2016 is an annual event organised by the Landscape Industry Association Singapore (LIAS) with the aim of celebrating the development journey of Singapore’s landscape industry. This year’s installment will be held on 24 September 2016 from 9am to 5pm at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park.
Designed by Singapore-based horticulture talent Ms Erin Gotangco, titled “The Bibliophile’s Garden” clinched a Silver award for the 2016 Balcony Gardens Competition during the Singapore Garden Festival.
The Singapore Garden Festival (SGF) is a biennial event in its 6th edition held from 23 to 31 July 2016 at the Gardens by the Bay.
Elmich participated in the first international exhibition of its kind in Cambodia, namely the Cambodia Architect & Décor Show 2016 endorsed by the Ministry of Commerce Cambodia.
Forest City, termed as Southeast Asia’s largest mixed-use development is slated to be completed in phases across 30 years. The project will eventually occupy four man-made islands in Iskandar, Malaysia with an estimated worth of US$40.9 billion.
Overseas Family School (OFS), one of the largest international schools in Singapore, provides education in the English language medium for the children (Pre K to Grade 12) of overseas families living in the country. It is also authorised by the International Baccalaureate (IB) Organisation to offer full IB education programmes for children aged 3–19. OFS promotes a truly international outlook, embracing cultural diversity amongst its 3,500 students (or more) from 75 nationalities.
The Lycée Francais de Singapour (LFS) has expanded rapidly since it was founded in 1967. When the French school of Singapore moved to its current site at Ang Mo Kio, the campus was designed to accommodate 1,000 students. Over the past years, student numbers were increasing constantly and eventually the Executive Committee had to make a decision to build a bigger campus to cater to this growing student population.