Creating a Sustainable Future

Propelling imaginative ideas into reality

Experiential and Authentic Learning

Exciting out-of-classroom activities and overseas study trips

State-of-the-Art Facilities

Providing excellent hands-on learning experience

DLA URA Collaboration

Diploma in Landscape Architecture Year 3 students collaborated with URA for their Final Year Project at Spottiswoode Park which was to focus on the design of a public landscaped area in front of the existing Tanjong Pagar Railway Station.

34 DLA Final Year students developed a Master Concept Plan to facilitate the implementation of future social and communal activities that will be infiltrating the quiet neighbourhood of Spottiswoode Park from the renewal of Tanjong Pagar Railway Station and the upcoming Cantonment MRT.

Students participated in a URA community workshop facilitated by URA Planner, Ms Regina Koo, with residents of the area, to learn more about the future development of Tanjong Pagar Railway Station and the Green Corridor Belt. This involved an Interim Critique Review to streamline and align the student’s understanding of the project objectives, needs and requirements with URA’s original design intent.

The DLA students presented their concept of the Master Plan proposals to the URA Planners, who in turn, will collate the selected proposals to share with their design consultants involved in the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station Re-development. A final URA presentation by the DLA students will be targeted towards the end of 2016.

 

News & Announcements

DEPM partnered with SACEOS to host PCMA - 1 Feb 17

DEPM partnered with SACEOS to host PCMA Convening Leaders first broadcast in Asia.

DEPM Team Present Winning Proposal - 27 Jan 2017

DEPM Team Travels to Austin Texas to Present Winning Proposal

6th Green Challenge Competition 2017 - 24 Jan 2017

DEWT students wins Gold award in the 6th Green Challenge Competition 2017.

DLA Visit to Gardens By the Bay – 13 Jan 2017

DLA toured the facilities and also learned about the installation and maintenance for the Splashpad water-play feature in the garden