A Singapore Approach to Public Housing

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A Singapore Approach to Public Housing

Singapore is an enigma to most. It is one of the wealthiest countries in the world, yet without any natural resources. Its highways are lined with trees, cars cost a fortune and people of different races live together side by side in peace and harmony. However, whether you agree or not with what Singapore does or does not do, one thing that most would agreed is a success would be the public housing. Read on...

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billionBricks_My First Brick in Architecture

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billionBricks_My First Brick in Architecture

I knock gently, to be greeted by Mr. Vijay, busy dusting the computers and cleaning the space . I sat nervously on the chair. Robert Verrijt (principle architect) briefed me on the projects I will be working on for the coming 4 months. Content and excited I was, a new beginning. I met the rest of the team from Architecture Brio. A young team, it felt like college, a sense of bright vibrancy filled in the room. Read on...

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Fellowship Update

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Fellowship Update

I have now been working with billionBricks for 2 very interesting and intense months: also the two reasons why I have enjoyed it so much. Read on...

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Etania School Project Update

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Etania School Project Update

Last week the BillionBricks team made a site visit to the under-construction Etania School in Sabah, Malaysia. The Etania Schools are learning centres for the children of migrant labourers who have no access to education otherwise. 

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Failure is not an option

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Failure is not an option

Very often, a successful business is defined by its strategy, leadership and purpose. Perseverance often does not make it to the list. However, we at bB, have found 'perseverance' to be one of our key qualities that has seen us through our short three year existence.

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