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Title: EVOKING THE UTOPIAN CONCEPT : RE-IMAGINING THE GOLDEN MILE STRETCH
Authors: CICILIA ANGGRAENI
Keywords: Architecture
Design Track
Johannes Widodo
2010/2011 DT
Golden Mile
Singapore
Utopian
Issue Date: 10-Jan-2011
Citation: CICILIA ANGGRAENI (2011-01-10). EVOKING THE UTOPIAN CONCEPT : RE-IMAGINING THE GOLDEN MILE STRETCH. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This dissertation aims to recall the utopian concept that emerged in 1940-60s where in many cases had aroused controversies or even getting rejected, whether the initial concept is still relevant for today’s Singapore environment. Golden Mile Complex is one of the realizations of those Utopian visions at that time, even though it was built partially from the original idea of the whole Golden Mile stretch. Hence, the paper will explore, experiment, and make comparisons between the imaginative of Golden Mile stretch and the current built conditions. This study would imagine that commencing the 1970s, ‘what if’ the whole stretch of Golden Mile was being realized and built until present day. And from that, it would answer what kind of environment that Singapore will become both in the past and future time, moreover to test and analyse whether the concept is still applicable and relevant to Singapore’s current condition and the ever-changing world. Then it will describe what kind of society might form in this kind of environment. In addition, the paper will also explore the further affects to the younger generation. The readers are expected to gain new important reflections of both past and current condition of Singapore’s environment. This paper is expected to be able to increase the awareness of Singapore’s residents and others about their urban living-environment.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/221522
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