Green design meets modern tropical living at this versatile home

King Albert Park sits just off Bukit Timah Road, hidden by twisting lalang grass that spirals out of the old Malayan railway corridor. In daylight, the sprawling trees crisscross light and shadow onto the quiet street

Refurbishing the 1980s Nightingale House

Refurbishing aging structures is a headache for most architects, and Nazareno+Guerrero principal architect Anthony Nazareno is no stranger to the migraines that come with working on old houses. In fact, he rather relishes embracing

An institutionalized approach to sustainability

“Of course it is more expensive at the outset, but just like any investments, it is definitely worth it in the long run.” This is how Architect Freddy Bautista, principal architect of ABB Architectural Services,

House panel approves proposed Green Energy Education Bill

The House Committee on Higher and Technical Education approved on 28 August 2018 a bill authored by former President and now Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, seeking to authorize curriculum development and graduate training on green

Localizing green buildings: Will BERDE take the LEED?

On developing our own green building rating system