Surbana Jurong wins big at Singapore Landscape Architecture Awards 2019
At the Singapore Landscape Architecture Awards 2019, Surbana Jurong’s Landscape Planning and Design team received eight landscape architecture awards for its projects in Singapore and the region. This is the highest number of awards won by a single consultancy in the 2019 edition of the awards organised by Singapore Institute of Landscape Architecture.
The biennial awards recognise landscape architecture that promote the integration of urban environments and complex natural systems through responsible, innovative and resilient designs. Winning the awards affirm Surbana Jurong’s strong capabilities in landscape architecture and design in Singapore and overseas.
Oliver Ng, Deputy Director of Landscape Planning and Design Architecture, Surbana Jurong said, “We are very honoured to be recognised for our landscape planning and architecture works this year. The highlight is winning five awards in the analysis and planning category.”
“We are passionate about creating sustainable landscape ecosystems,” he added. “In landscape master planning, we aim to enhance liveability and adopt resource efficiency of water and waste management. This includes the restoration and rejuvenation of waterfronts, riverfronts, mangroves, wetlands and seashores, reforestation, flood mitigation, and the creation of public green spaces like urban parks and green plazas. Sustainability and maintainability are core to our landscape planning designs.”
Here are our winning projects at the Singapore Landscape Architecture Awards 2019:
Analysis & Planning
- Integrated Landscape Design with Ecological Water Management, Yixing, China – Silver
- 12km Han Cheng Riverfront with 700ha Theme Park, China – Merit
- Eco Landscape Planning of Xixian Airport City, China – Merit
- Eco City Landscape Planning of Batam Damai, Indonesia – Merit
- Cultural, Sustainable Landscape for Development Township in Penang, Malaysia – Merit
Civic & Institutional Landscape
- Sustainable Landscape for NUS School of Design & Environment Net-Zero Energy Building, Singapore – Merit
Parks & Recreational Landscape