Campus Green Metabolism

Best Project of Public Space by Student

About the project
Campus Green Metabolism aims to transform the beautiful spread of idle green spaces on campus and utilize them as a medium for green connectivity that amalgamates nature and humans, enhancing the campus' green network. Enrichment of plant varieties in the streetscapes and green spaces will play a crucial role for this project in aiding the continuation of existing faunas, and also inviting new faunas closer to the vicinity over the few years as the planting matures. Campus Green Metabolism not only strengthens green connectivity and facilitates fauna movements through wildlife crossings, but it also encourages people to be in close interaction with nature with minimal conflicts, whereby aerial walkways and platforms are proposed within the idle green spaces to allow human activities above ground while leaving the ground space for the faunas to thrive in.

National University of Singapore, UCC Hall, Singapore

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Applicant and author of the project
Zhang Wen.
Undergraduate pursuing bachelor of landscape architecture in National University of Singapore (NUS).