Colin Seah interview: "Our parents wanted us to be lawyers or doctors. Not anymore." | Dezeen



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In this video report from Singapore, Colin Seah of local architecture studio Ministry of Design tells us how the recent cultural shift away from mass-market shops and restaurants is helping transform attitudes towards design in the city.

“Singapore was known as a clean and green city,” says Seah. “Clean almost to the point of being boring.”

“There seemed to be a saturation of mass-market experiences. But from 2000 to 2005, things started to rapidly open up. Singapore now is a lot more exciting.”

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“Most of our parents wanted us to be lawyers or doctors. Not anymore.”



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