In a world of disruption and volatility, economic Darwinism requires us to adapt to the times. The places we design and the business of architecture can no longer remain static.
The next issue of The Singapore Architect questions accepted typological norms and traditional models of practice. We use the concept of agility to probe our capacity as a profession to adapt and diversify.
TSA 16 interrogates our discipline’s response to this era of relentless novelty, and what it means to develop a resilient architecture that is meaningfully agile through its timeless pliability.
Featuring works by HASSELL, Woods Bagot, RSP and META Architecture.