Singapore's urban farmers bring new ideas to the table

Stephane Lasserre of B+H Architects designed the modular system to show that innovative approaches to urban spaces can increase food production. ST PHOTO: ARIFFIN JAMAR
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SINGAPORE - If designer Stephane Lasserre of B+H Architects had his way, unused urban spaces under bridges and the void decks of Housing Board blocks would house his Nobo Farm units, contributing to food resiliency in Singapore.

He designed the modular system to show that innovative approaches to urban spaces can increase food production without being limited to dedicated farming areas or soil-based plots.

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