Singapore looks underground for room to grow

Resource / Singapore looks underground for room to grow

By Jiehui Kia / 25 Apr 2016

“Land scarcity has forced Singapore’s planners and politicians to think spatially, three-dimensionally,” says Joshua Comaroff, co-founder of local firm Lekker Architecture, who adds that he admires the “intricacy and imagination” of Singapore’s emerging underground policy. “Land may be scarce, but space is not.”

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