Sheer Industries walked along a stretch of roads from Bras Basah to Bugis last week to have a live view of Hub-to-Hub, a fringe event that was part of Archifest 2011 that showcased 7 temporary installations – works of collaboration between architects, designers and professionals from other disciplines. The exhibition was organized by ReallyArchitecture and was essentially a public urban art programme, organized as part of the Architecture and Urban Design Excellence programme under the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore (URA). The public exhibition is a display of alternative ideas to the use of public space and to enhance the urban city’s less popular vicinities.
Right beside the National Museum at Stamford Green
These greet visitors at the National Museum’s main entrance
The ‘Stilt House’ at Dhoby Ghaut Green
Outside The Cathay
Other glimpses along the way
More on the AUDE programme by URA can be found here.
More on the Hub to Hub exhibition can be found here.