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seed bank@ SBG


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The Singapore Botanic Gardens Seed Bank, is housed in one of the largest of the five colonial-style houses within the former Raffles College at Cluny Road. It is an important conserved building in Singapore's first UNESCO's heritage site. 

Opened on 13 July 2019, the Singapore Botanic Gardens Seed Bank is a conservation, research and education facility in the Singapore Botanic Gardens that focuses on conserving plant species by preserving the seeds and germplasm of plants in Southeast Asia. The Seed Bank has an interpretive gallery that introduces the Seed Bank and explains its importance to plant conservation and research in Singapore and the region, as well as a seed dispersal garden with seed sculptures showing the different seed dispersal mechanisms.

Project Award - SG Design Mark 2020 for sustainable design

AL+ are proud to share that the Seedbank at the Singapore Botanic Gardens is awarded the Singapore Good Design (SG Mark) 2020 under the category of Sustainable Design. This prestigious conservation project was completed mid-2019, and is designed and built by Alfa Tech, for which we are the appointed Architect.

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