Singapore Good Design Mark top award winners go beyond brick and mortar

This year's Singapore Good Design Mark top award winners go beyond brick and mortar to offer a holistic user experience

The National Parks Board's Seed Bank was given special mention in the sustainable design category for its use of technology to preserve and manage seeds inside a colonial-era heritage building.
The National Parks Board's Seed Bank was given special mention in the sustainable design category for its use of technology to preserve and manage seeds inside a colonial-era heritage building.PHOTOS: GIN TAY, DBCS SG MARK 2020
OCBC's Frank Store at the National University of Singapore's University Town won a gold award.
OCBC's Frank Store at the National University of Singapore's University Town won a gold award.PHOTOS: GIN TAY, DBCS SG MARK 2020
Jewel Changi Airport clinched the highest platinum ranking at the Singapore Good Design Mark awards.
Jewel Changi Airport clinched the highest platinum ranking at the Singapore Good Design Mark awards. PHOTOS: GIN TAY, DBCS SG MARK 2020

Jewel Changi Airport wanted to be more than just a landmark that reflects Singapore's aspirations of being a city in a garden.

The mixed-use development, which opened to the public in April last year, crafted a total lifestyle experience - with 280 shopping and dining options for travellers and residents to soak in the sights, sounds and smells.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 29, 2020, with the headline 'Up to the mark'. Subscribe