Green Urbanscape Asia 2017

Date: 9–11 November 2017
Companies: Landscape Industry Association Singapore) (LIAS), National Parks Board (NParks), Singapore Institute of Landscape Architects (SILA) and SingEx Exhibitions

GreenUrbanScape Asia 2017 is the third international exhibition and conference on landscape, greenery design, construction and technology. It will be held at the Singapore EXPO Convention and Exhibition Centre from 9 to 11 November. Over 4,000 visitors from over 30 countries are expected to be present.

GreenUrbanScape Asia 2017 provides a one-stop business platform for individuals and organisations in landscape and urban design; Green and urban solutions; nursery and plants as well as construction and maintenance machinery and equipment to penetrate the dynamic marketplace in

Spanning across 5,000 square metres of hall space, over 200 international trade exhibitors from leading players in the greenery and landscape industry will showcase their innovative technologies and solutions.

Expecting to draw over 700 top-level conference delegates, the fourth edition of the International Skyrise Greenery Conference (ISGC) will host some of the region’s key industry stakeholders to share their experiences on the theme—Symbiosis: Intense Nature Within Cities.

Scheduled for 9 and 10 November, ISGC continues to deepen the conversation of skyrise greenery. It will focus on the topics of resilience, new levels of greening and integrating social needs into urban infrastructure. The conference also offers an open platform to draw lessons from the challenges that nature presents—shaping intents, outcomes and even the bottom line of greening projects.

The technical tour on 11 November is only open to ISGC delegates to experience different perspectives of skyrise greenery and explore how landscape architects push the boundaries of design. There will be two tour routes to choose from, made up of specially curated award-winning sites in Singapore.

This year, there will be a dedicated Marketplace area that is open to the public. Spanning over 1,000 square metres, gardening enthusiasts can shop from over 30 stalls for horticultural needs. Visitors can also engage in activities including free talks, hands-on terrarium making workshops and others.