Parking Day began as a single installation in San Francisco in 2005. It has gained a global following with more than 160 cities in six continents taking part in the event.
For the third time since 2012, SUTD's ASD Pillar has been approached by the 'Kreta Ayer Kim Seng Citizen's Consultative Committee' (KAKSCCC) and the 'Singapore Tourist Board' to design the street-light-up Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations 2014 , lasting from 11 January until 28 February 2014.
Instead of introducing traffic lights and turning Circuit road into an illegal crossing zone, we want to create a people-friendly and pedestrianised street.
Synchronised Movements will explore the potential of combining digital technologies and rapid prototyping with earth construction. It’s about taking advantage of the traditional to explore the cutting edge.
Archifest is an event organized by the Singapore Institute of Architects to celebrate the urban environment and the communities that make it come alive. This architecture festival in meant to engage a wide audience to interact and discuss about the city we live in through the many programmes organized as part of the Archifest.
Project Info For the first time, Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations 2012 Street Light-Up from