By: Jane & Charlotte
Final Development An explanation of our chosen design in contrast of the present design.
Research & Development A thorough exploration of our design development.
OUr Site Research and Analysis
by: Jonathan and Ann
Sound of surroundings (Labrador MRT):
Video of Surroundings
Our site visit to Labrador Park last lesson had us exploring the space within the park and doing a sensory ethnography exercise within the space. We recorded down our findings and eventually came up with a presentation deck to document our journey to and inside the park.
The route we took for our site visit that lesson had us exploring Read more →
(By Benjamin Thomas Harbakk and Deniz Erdoğan)
The Labrador Nature Reserve is connected to:The Berlayer Creek Boardwalk The Bukit Chermin Boardwalk The Alexandra Garden Trail The southern Ridges Labrador Park
These boardwalks, trails and pathways are all connected in a seamless way to give visitors a sense of the green space and protected nature of the area, allowing for scenic walking and varied visual experiences in Read more →
Navigating the Wild; Environmental Placemaking @Labrador Nature Reserve
Benjamin Thomas Harbakk and Deniz (Need your Last Name)
The Labrador Nature Reserve is connected toThe Berlayer Creek Boardwalk The Bukit Chermin Boardwalk The Alexandra Garden Trail The southern Ridges Labrador Park
These boardwalks, trails and pathways are all connected in a seamless way to give visitors a sense of the green space and protected nature of the area, Read more →
Rebecca and I’s trip to Labrador Park started off with some preliminary research about the site and its history to try and get an overall feel of what we would be experiencing once we got there. Right after exiting the MRT station we began to follow the signs navigating us into the park, finding it quite easy to follow them. Read more →
This isn’t so much about place and identity, but more of an issue of wayfinding –
I’ve always found that the ADM building, as much as it is pretty on the outside, is poorly designed for navigation especially in current times where accessible building design is important.
Wayfinding is scarce – there are signboards near the lift lobbies and major open areas in Read more →
(work in progress!)
Team members: Mok Jiaman Quek Pin Yi
Our visit to the Labrador Park consisted of two parts. First, we gathered at Labrador Park MRT and made our way towards the park, blindfolded while being guided by our partner. This allowed us an intimate experience of how to utilise our senses (other than sight) to gain empathy of how other users perceive Read more →