Singapore Archifest Virtual Exhibition

Running from 25 September to 31 October 2020, The Singapore Archifest Exhibition this year celebrates diverse bodies of works that strive to make a difference in our lives and the world around us. Altogether 40 organisations are shortlisted for this virtual exhibition. They include architecture firms, academic studios, research think tanks, non-profit organisations, social enterprises, design creatives, and urban farms. As the issues we now face are multi-faceted, it certainly takes more than one hand to clap - many hands indeed! Therefore, by bringing together these diverse yet closely-related professions, this exhibition is a call to expand the dialogue beyond the conventional boundary of architecture. Some exhibits have accompanying physical pop-ups located at various decentralised sites; others will also be presented and discussed in several online forums during the festival. 

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This year's themes

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Rethinking of urban landscape that contributes to ecology and local food production so that the city can be more resilient before the next crisis.

Our Sanctuary
Our Sanctuary
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Novel approaches in architectural typologies, use of materials, fabrication techniques that respond to emerging societal, environmental and public health needs.

Our Shelter
Our Shelter
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Process-driven architectural design and planning that uncover latent human needs, engage the stakeholders, and empower the communities.

Our Stories
Our Stories

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Highlights

British Pavilion

British High Commission

Freestyle

Sliver Sponsor

Supported By

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Sponsored by the British High Commission and supported by The Department for International Trade and RIBA, British Pavilion seeks to showcase the best of British architectural on a virtual platform. Join the sharing session on Saving Global Heritage by RIBA and RIBA Singapore Chaper. Visit the virtual exhibition of Sustainable Timber Officers of the Future by Scott Brownrigg and FREESTYLE exhibition created by Space Popular.

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Singapore Archifest 2020: Call for Doodle Art

Singapore Archifest 2020 Festival Team

Doodle Art

The Open Call for Doodle Art was conducted between 25 June to 25 August, where people of all walks of life who are art enthusiasts can contribute a black and white doodle of what the theme "Architecture Saving OUR World" meant to them. We have received a total number of 84 submissions from 79 artists! Shortlisted artworks will be showcased virtually through Singapore Archifest 2020 website and physically at Central Public Library.