SIURA is an urban design and landscape architecture planning studio based in Singapore. The studio focuses on urban resilience and innovative landscape with integration of natural systems. The design process is guided by the respond to the place, people, and collaborative approach with the client and other experts. Integration of urban design through creative landscape planning with resilient water and eco-sustainable design is the core of the practice.
The world is facing crisis on climate change and biodiversity loss. SIURA believes the sustainable landscape design with technical knowledge can mitigate this crisis. SIURA innovative approach weaving landscape, built environment and open spaces through blue-green design approach.
Each site and project context is unique. SIURA aims to create unique design solution based on story telling from concept design stage. The innovative design approach offers both functional and aesthetic design that benefits owner, user, community, city and the broader environment.
Anton Siura is Founder and Principal of SIURA studio based in Singapore. With nearly 15 years of experience in urban design and landscape architecture projects across Singapore, Indonesia and International regions, Anton has grounded his practice based on innovative landscape planning approach to find solutions to the global challenges of climate change, biodiversity loss and environmental degradation.
Prior to starting SIURA studio, Anton was the lead project designer and manager wtih Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl for a series of award-winning landscape projects, including Kampung Admiralty, Bidadari Park and Bukit Canberra in Singapore. Each of his projects responds to the site value, cultural and architectural contexts to promote liveable places through the integration of water resources and natural systems.
Anton enjoys collaborative works with the client and other expertise from project conceptualization to implementation. Together with his multi-disciplinary team, he won the first prize of Ragunan Zoo Revitalization competition in 2019 with eco-centric design approach. More recent work ranges from park revitalization, river naturalization and landscape planning for eco-tourism, residential, commercial and mixed-use development.
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