IEN has been invited back as speaker for the M.Sc. degree course Integrated Sustainable Design (MSc ISD), run by Dr. Nirmal Kishnani at the School of Design and Architecture, National University of Singapore (NUS). This one-year post-professional programme addresses the global sustainability challenge by tackling both the building and urban scales, and integrating knowledge from the disciplines of architecture, engineering, landscape design, planning, urban design and biological science.
The line-up of speakers is: Wong Mun Summ (co-founding director, WOHA Architects, Singapore), Ada Fung (director, World GBC, Hong Kong GBC, Hong Kong), Sanjay Prakash (principal, SHiFt - Studio For Habitat Futures, India), Gregers Reimann (director, IEN Consultants, Malaysia), Lena CHAN (senior director, International Biodiversity Conservation Division, NParks, Singapore), Poh Choon Hock (researcher, Centre for Urban Greenery and Ecology, NParks, Singapore), Anuj Jain (co-founder, Biomimicry Singapore Network), Alakesh Dutta (senior executive architectural associate, Surbana Jurong Private Limited), and Heather Banerd (Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl). In addition to these distinguished Asian speakers, students will hear from two renowned global experts: Peter Head (founder and chief executive officer, Ecological Sequestration Trust, United Kingdom) and Wolfgang Kessling (director of climate engineering company, Transsolar KlimaEngineering, Germany).
MSc ISD course link (click).