Contents

* This is the Chinese / English edition of a+u June 2012 issue.

Feature:
Singapore, Capital City for Vertical Green
 
Q1 What does Singapore look like today?
Q2 Mayor Bloomberg – How does a city thrive in the 21st century?
Lecture session: Michael Bloomberg
Q3 What is the state of urban development in Singapore?
Essay: Jan Gehl
Q4 Can the world be contained in 1,000 Singapores?
Q5 Do population growth and urbanization mean less green coverage?
Q6 What was Singapore like at the time of independence?
Q7 Going back in time?
Q8 A city in the making – what were the milestones?
Q9 How has Singapore’s urban planning evolved?
Q10 What is the story behind Marina Bay?
Q11 What were Kenzo Tange’s thoughts on Singapore?
Reprinting: Kenzo Tange
Q12 Can a city achieve more from public-private partnership?
Interview: Paul Noritaka Tange
Q13 What is the landmark of Marina Bay?
Q14 Can we build a green paradise on earth?
 
Round Table 1: The Makings of Marina Bay
 
Q15 Can an island city ever have enough water?
Q16 Can you clean up a dirty river?
Q17 How to create a Garbage of Eden?
Q18 Can biodiversity thrive in a land-fill?
 
Round Table 2: Water Urbanism – The Active, Beautiful, Clean Waters Programme
 
Q19 What is the ABC Waters programme?
Q20 Must a canal be just a canal?
Q21 From Garden City to City in a Garden?
Q22 A Green Walk round the island?
Q23 How do you bring people closer to nature?
 
Round Table 3: Bridging People and Nature – The Southern Ridges
 
Q24 How do you house four million people?
Q25 What does HDB mean for Singaporeans?
Q26 How do we create variations in public housing?
Q27 What’s new with HDB’s Punggol Waterway?
Q28 What is the latest feature for Public Housing?
Q29 Is there a limit to HDB design?
 
Round Table 4: Housing a Nation – Building Homes and Communities
 
Q30 Is your built environment powered by BIM?
Q31 Can you have a building with zero energy consumption?
Q32 Jurong – the smart district to watch?
Q33 Planning beyond Singapore?
Q34 What does ‘Vertical Green’ mean?
Essay: Dr Tan Puay Yok
Q35 What are the different typologies of green?
Q36 How do we bring green into urban living?
Q37 How do we bring green into our vertical environment?
Q38 Can greenery improve our productivity?
Q39 Can an urban hotel be a tropical resort?
Q40 How about shopping in a park-like setting?
Q41 How can green and nature improve our learning?
Q42 Is nature the best medicine?
Q43 A new trend for the R&D environment?
Q44 Is building a green environment a good business proposition?
 
Round Table 5: Realizing Visions Through Partnership
 
Q45 How does the green city evolve?
Essay: Kathryn Gustafson, Henry Steed
Q46 Inspiration for ‘Vertical Green’?
Q47 Is Singapore the only city pursuing ‘green’ buildings?
Q48 Toyo Ito – Is the office of the future one big tree?
Interview: Toyo Ito
Q49 What are the benefits of being liveable?
Q50 What does it mean to be green?
 
特辑:
新加坡,垂直绿化之都
 
Q1 今天的新加坡是什么样子?
Q2 纽约市长彭博——一个城市如何在21 世纪变得繁荣兴盛?
演讲稿:纽约市长彭博
Q3 新加坡的城市发展情况是怎么样的?
文章:Jan Gehl
Q4 1,000 个新加坡能否容下整个世界?
Q5 人口增长和城市化意味着减少绿化面积吗?
Q6 新加坡刚独立的时候是什么样子的呢?
Q7 时光倒流?
Q8 城市发展的里程碑是什么?
Q9 新加坡城市规划是怎么样演变的?
Q10 滨海湾的背后有什么故事?
Q11 丹下健三对新加坡的看法是什么?
转载:丹下健三
Q12 城市能从政府与私人企业的合作中获益吗?
采访:丹下宪孝
Q13 滨海湾的地标是什么?
Q14 我们能否在地球上建造一个绿色天堂?
 
座谈会1 :滨海湾的建设过程
 
Q15 一个岛屿城市是否有足够的淡水?
Q16 一条被污染的河可以被清理吗?
Q17 怎么样用垃圾创造一个伊甸园?
Q18 生物多样性能在填海造陆的地区存在吗?
 
座谈会2 :水上都市——活跃(Active),优美(Beautiful),清洁(Clean)(ABC)全民共享水源计划
 
Q19 什么是ABC 全民共享水源计划?
Q20 水道就一定只能是个水道吗?
Q21 从花园城市到花园中的城市?
Q22 环绕岛屿的绿色走廊?
Q23 怎么才能让人们更加亲近自然呢?
 
座谈会3 :建立人与自然之间的桥梁
 
Q24 如何让四百万人安居?
Q25 政府组屋对新加坡人来说意味着什么?
Q26 我们在公共住屋中如何创造变化?
Q27 建屋发展局的榜鹅水道有什么新鲜之处?
Q28 公共住屋的最新特点是什么?
Q29 政府组屋的设计有极限吗?
 
座谈会4 :为国家提供安居之所——建造家庭和社区
 
Q30 BIM 如何驱动环境的改造?
Q31 你能建造一栋零能源消耗的建筑吗?
Q32 裕廊——值得关注的智能区?
Q33 跨出新加坡?
Q34 “垂直绿化”是什么意思?
文章:陈培育博士
Q35 有哪些不同类型的绿化?
Q36 我们怎么将绿意带入城市生活?
Q37 我们如何绿化高层建筑?
Q38 绿色植物如何提高我们的效率?
Q39 一个城市酒店可以变成热带度假村吗?
Q40 在公园般的环境中购物怎么样?
Q41 绿色和自然是如何提高我们的学习能力?
Q42 大自然是最好的特效药吗?
Q43 研发环境的一种新趋势?
Q44 创建绿色环境是一个好的商业提案吗?
 
座谈会5 :通过合作实现愿景
 
Q45 绿色城市是如何演变而来的?
Q46 “垂直绿化”的灵感?
Q47 新加坡是唯一一个追求“绿色”建筑的城市吗?
Q48 伊东丰雄——未来的办公室是一棵巨大的树吗?
采访:伊东丰雄
Q49 成为宜居城市有什么好处?
Q50 绿化都市是什么?