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WAF podcast: How I masterplanned Singapore

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In the second of three podcasts recorded at last year’s World Architecture Festival, Singapore’s masterplanner reflects on the city’s urbanisation story

Architect Liu Thai Ker, currently chairman for the Centre for Liveable Cities and Director of RSP Architects Planners and Engineers, was the masterplanner of Singapore. In this keynote presentation, Ker reflects on the history of Singapore’s planning.

This podcast was recorded at the World Architectural Festival (WAF) 2015 in Singapore. To find out more and to enter WAF 2016, held in Berlin, click here. To view a catalogue of the previous festival’s winners click here.

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