SCDA Architecture has come up with a new design for a building in Singapore, so that individuals will be able to find more affordable housing. The new public housing unit will be set up hopefully by 2015, in order to accommodate the growing population of the country, which has gone up drastically over the past few years.
The building seamlessly incorporates green space into the design, which is important in a city that's mainly dominated by high-rise buildings. Singapore itself is a very forward-thinking and clean city, but the downside is that it is extremely expensive. Having something like an attractive public housing option will help alleviate the financial strains for many people in the area, and keep the population growing.
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