Stay Updated with Surbana Jurong Group’s SEEDS Architecture Journal

Since its launch in Feb 2021, the online publication produced by architects of the Surbana Jurong has produced three issues on the Surbana Jurong website here

While Issue 1 focused on how architects can respond to the pandemic, Issue 2 touched on facing up to the climate crisis while Issue 3 covered the prioritizing of social spaces.

The SEEDS Architecture Journal is a platform for sharing their 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, the Middle East, Australia, and New Zealand, the Pacific region, the United States, and Canada.

Packed with insights on the Group’s deep architectural and design expertise, the Journal is a valuable resource for stakeholders seeking sustainable architectural design and environmentally conscious solutions for the built environment. Subscribe to stay updated with our architects and designers!

(below) Issues 1, 2, and 3 of the SEEDS Architecture Journal

SJ SEED issue 1 scaled
Issue 2 Screenshot 2021 12 17 122019 1
Issue 3 Screenshot 2021 12 17 122120

Comments are closed.

Our Member Companies


About the SJ Connects e-newsletter: SJ Connects is published monthly by the Surbana Jurong Group, a global urban, infrastructure and managed services consulting firm, with over 70 years of track record in successful project delivery. Headquartered in Singapore, the group has a global talent pool of 16,000 across Surbana Jurong and our member companies AETOS, Atelier Ten, B+H, KTP, Prostruct, RBG, SAA, Sino-Sun and SMEC, based in over 40 countries. We provide a full suite of multidisciplinary consultancy services across aviation, healthcare, hospitality, transport, water and environment as well as energy and resources. Our technical teams include architects, designers, planners, engineers and other specialists driven by progressive thinking and creative ideas in our mission of “Building Cities, Shaping Lives”.