#MadeInSingapore | Local Art Creators Create Community Spaces to Help The Neighbourhoods

December 01, 2018 0 Comments

Singaporean Designers Create Meaningful Local Spaces | Artatler.com

As people and society change, these designers believe that the design and experience of spaces where you interact or live also change, and we need to adapt accordingly.

These designers and architects are using the design as a way to engage the local communities and help shape the local environment.

This non-profit design organisation called Participate in Design comprises of a team of architecturally-trained designers aims to help neighbourhoods and public institutions design community-owned spaces and solutions.

They believe that every one has something positive to contribute to the society through the design process. As you interact and collaborate through their design process, you are actually supporting the cause to improves one’s lives.

Video Credit: Channel News Asia 

Story Owner: P!D Participate in Design


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