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PUSHING BOUNDARIES: Dr Yeang's design for the National Library Singapore (above) features distinctive sun-shading fins, garden skycourts and naturally lit rooms.

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PUSHING BOUNDARIES: Dr Yeang's (above) design for the National Library Singapore features distinctive sun-shading fins, garden skycourts and naturally lit rooms.

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Solaris at Fusionopolis (above) has a large naturally ventilated atrium, sun-shading systems, a 1.5km landscaped ramp that continuously links the basement to the roof garden and rainwater recycling for maintenance of landscape features.

'It's not easy being green'

Sustainable design pioneer Kenneth Yeang quotes his favourite Sesame Street character on being given his latest accolade, Green Architect Lifetime Achievement Award.
Sep 5, 2015 5:50 AM

TO be a good architect, sometimes it means not building anything at all. And it is something that Kenneth Yeang is wont to do if a client's architectural aspirations are not quite in line with his own. "If you ask me to do a building with a full curtain wall in glass facing the heat from the

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