Biophilic Cities: Singapore case study

Living Future Institute Australia/CUSP Institute/Uni of Virginia

09 May 2012

This video brings to life a series of 'biophilic design' stories across the City of Singapore.  Biophilic Design has been described as an innovative way of designing the places we live, work and learn. The stories in this video promotes the use of new green technology, green walls, connecting green corridors for biodiversity, mitigating urban heat island effect, community engagement, best use of public space, health and social benefits.

Approx 33.5min into the video, an interesting and successful river restoration story is told using stormwater harvesting.