The future and challenges of sustainable design in Southeast Asia | Gensler | Michael Wiener


Michael Wiener shares his insights on how he would envision sustainable design is to be implemented in Southeast Asian regions.

Southeast Asian cities have been identifying for decades what factors make their environment healthier and more liveable through eco-friendly designs as some of Asia’s key cities are emerging as centers of innovation. In contrast, the sustainability challenges which the regions are faced with have been significant and threaten to put the breaks on this growth story.

Michael Wiener is Principal and Director at Gensler Singapore.


This exclusive interview is facilitated under a Media Partnership with the International Green Building Conference 2015, at which Michael Wiener was a speaker.


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