Healing our World
THE NEED FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION WITH LOW-IMPACT BUILDINGS HAS NEVER BEEN MORE CRITICAL.
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FACING UP TO THE CRISIS OF OUR TIME
Climate change is an existential threat for humanity. We must act now with unity and urgency.
Michael Leong
SAA Architects
FEATURE
A CALL TO ACTION
Patrick Bellew presents a call to action for Surbana Jurong Group’s designers to actively advocate sustainable thinking in every project.

He also urges all designers to challenge, innovate and search for creative solutions to the challenges posed by climate change. Read more about the role of sustainable thinking and environmentally aware design in the Gardens by the Bay project here.
Patrick Bellew
Atelier Ten
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WHY RESILIENT DESIGN MATTERS
Presenting Resilient Sustainability, a comprehensive design approach to strengthen project capability in mitigating climate change impact.
Key principles: Anticipating, Preventing, and Forecasting.
Naree Phinyawatana
Nursyahirah Jusman
Nursyahirah Jusman
Atelier Ten
why resilient design matters
INSIGHTS
endless variety
ENDLESS VERSATILITY,
UNLOCKED
How a skyscraper shaped like a stack of doughnuts can stay relevant for longer.
Matthias Olt
Mahzad Tashakori
Mahzad Tashakori
B+H Architects
netting a new positive
NETTING A NEW POSITIVE AS A LIVING LAB
The Joyce Centre for Partnership and Innovation at Mohawk College in Canada is training designers and engineers of sustainable buildings to see how user behaviour can impact carbon footprint.
B+H Architects
land fish home seeds
LAND-BASED FISH FARMING GOES VERTICAL
A new fish farm archetype, designed to use resources efficiently, has enhanced food security in Singapore.
Alakesh Dutta
SJ Architecture
Articles at a glance
About the SEEDS Journal: Started by the architectural teams across the Surbana Jurong Group in Feb 2021, this is a platform for sharing perspectives on all things architectural. SEEDS epitomizes the desire of the Surbana Jurong Group to enrich, engage, discover and share ideas among the Group’s architects in 40 countries, covering North Asia, ASEAN, Middle East, Australia and New Zealand, the Pacific Region, the United States and Canada.