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NUS Architecture City Exhibition 2016

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Writing near the end of the first century B.C.E, Roman architect Vitruvius Pollio identified three elements necessary for a well-designed building: firmitas (firmness), utilitas (utility), and venustas (delight). All architecture aspire towards delight- to bring delight to those who admire, utilise, or inhabit it. Architects, in turn, learn to take delight in the act of creation, solution, or intervention. With this exhibition, we hope to inspire architects, students, parents, and friends alike to delight in architecture and be delighted by it.

NUS City Exhibition is the annual showcase of engaging design schemes from NUS Architecture School.

Opening night: 8 July 2016, 7.00-9.30 PM

Exhibition duration: 8-29 July 2016
Venue: Urban Redevelopment Authority Centre Atrium
Hours: 8:30 AM-5.00 PM daily
Closed on Sundays.
Admission is free.

Watch out for the annual TAS Debates the week after CityEx’s opening!

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Hear |Here NUS Architecture City Exhibition 2014

City Exhibition 2014 was opened yesterday!

Officiating the opening ceremony was our Guest-Of-Honour, Dr Cheong Koon Hean. Do drop by URA Centre between now and 25 July 2014 to check out the amazing works by our Architecture students!

For photos, check out our TAS facebook page!

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Group photo with the GOH, DOA Head, SDE Dean and our proud sponsors

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3… 2… 1… City Ex 2014 is now open!

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Dr Cheong viewing the life scale cardboard house built by our year one students

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Reflection of some panels with the backdrop

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NUS CITY EXHIBITION 2014

City Ex 2014

NUS City Exhibition is the annual showcase of engaging design schemes from NUS Architecture School, and we would like to share our take on space with you, at various scales. It is through these works will we be able to visualise and re-imagine our ideals for architecture and the built environment of the future.

Opening night: 27 June from 7-9pm

Exhibition duration: 27 June – 25 July, 8:30am – 5pm
Closed on Sundays.

Follow CityEx on Facebook!

And watch out for the annual TAS Debates the week after CityEx’s opening!

TAS Debates

NUS City Exhibition 2014

City Exhibition 2014

NUS City Exhibition is the annual showcase of engaging design schemes from NUS Architecture School, and we would like to share our take on space with you, at various scales. It is through these works will we be able to visualise and re-imagine our ideals for architecture and the built environment of the future.

Opening night: 27 June from 7-9pm

Exhibition duration: 27 June – 25 July, 8:30am – 5pm
Closed on Sundays.

Follow CityEx on Facebook!

And watch out for the annual TAS Debates the week after CityEx’s opening!

TAS Debates

Exhibition: IMPROMPTU

The Architecture Society presents

IMPROMPTU

Impromptu is a school-sanctioned informal exhibition, as part of a student initiative organized by TAS. It is a five-day-long exhibition that ends on 21st Nov (Wednesday). All students are invited to exhibit their works, as we feel that everyone’s efforts for one entire semester ought to be recognised better through public display.

We invite anyone and everyone to the exhibition. General public and people interested in NUS Architecture (or Architecture for that matter) are welcome to walk in to the SDE studios to observe the works on display. We further encourage NUS Architecture students to take the opportunity to discover what your juniors, peers and seniors have been working on, and learn from one another. We urge you to also invite your friends and family to the exhibition.

A unexclusive exhibition featuring all NUS Architecture students
A unexclusive exhibition featuring all NUS Architecture student

Visit our facebook album for photos of the exhibition.

The exhibition ends this Wednesday.

See you there,
the 34th TAS EXCO

CityEx 2013: Commune

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The annual City Exhibition showcasing the works of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design students form the NUS School of Architecture is back!

The exhibition will give an insight into the development of our students’ design and problem-solving skills through Years One to Five, and will surely engage design enthusiasts from all background. This year sees the exhibition back at the centrally-located URA Centre along Maxwell Road, so do drop by for an eye-opening experience.

Our theme this year is Commune, relating directly to a confluence of people to live in close contact with one another. The exchange of possessions, responsibilities and intimate thoughts is key to fostering a culture of sharing, adapting and accommodating; a culture where communication within the community creates and define the experience.

Come commune with us.

Join us for the Opening Ceremony of City Exhibition 2013 on the 28 of June, 6:30pm at The URA Centre
Guest of Honour: Mr. Chan Sui Him, Chairman of the NUS School Advisory Committee

City Exhibition 2013: Commune runs from 28 June to 13 July at The URA Centre at 45 Maxwell Road.
Admission is free.

CityEx 2012 – UN/FOLDING

28th June – 28th July 2012 |Opening at 6.30pm on 28th June, Thursday | The URA Centre, Atrium
Opened to public only from 29th June 2012 onwards.

City Exhibition (CityEx) is an annual exhibition organized by The Architecture Society, to showcase the year’s works of NUS Architecture students in the city. Graciously hosted by the URA Center, CityEx 2012: Un/Folding, focuses on the continual development of students as they progress from Year 1 to 5.
Year on year the education process results in an expansion of work scope and depth of thinking that students show towards their Project. Experience gained from past projects serve to become a palette of information to propel the next project to dig deeper, to discover even more. The team therefore intends for the entire exhibition to be made out of a materials that can be recycled and reused for subsequent school projects or exhibitions, that becomes a platform of opportunity for students to unleash their greater potential.

A flashback of CityEx 2011: