NTU  DG9002 - ECO-ARCHITECTURE IN THE URBAN LIVING ENVIRONMENT
The course on the eco-architecture in the urban living environment examines the key environmental issues and their impact on the built-up urban living conditions around us. The concepts of the eco-green architecture are clarified and illustrated by the critical analyses of case studies of both the natural and man-made landscapes such as the Nature Reserves of the National Parks (NParks), the Green Belt, Public spaces and Urban Parks, Water Catchment, Rivers and Reservoirs that contribute to the creation of a harmonious and eco-friendly living urban environment in Singapore. Students are reminded that ADM rules on attendance and plagiarism are in operation within all ADM courses as laid out in the ADM Student handbook http://www.adm.ntu.edu.sg/CurrentADM/Documents/ADMStudentHandbook2010-2011.pdf.
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