Stephen Caffyn Landscape Design (SCLD) is an award winning Landscape Architectural Consultancy based in Singapore with projects around the region. SCLD provides a full range of Landscape Architectural and Landscape Design Consultancy services and has undertaken projects throughout Asia. Current and recent projects include, large scale masterplanning projects; hotels, spa’s and resorts; commercial and residential developments; parks and recreational facilities; environmental projects, as well as garden design, green walls and roof gardens.
Stephen Caffyn Landscape Design are happy to announce that our masterplanning project Bishan to City Feasibility Study has won a Gold Award at the Singapore Landscape Architecture Awards.
The aim of the planning study was to further progress of the National Cycling Master Plan by providing seamless connectivity between Bishan and the City along the Kallang River. This URA commissioned study was to determine the technical feasibility of a series of pedestrian and cycling friendly crossings along the Kallang Park Connector with the aim of creating a seamless route.
Stephen Caffyn Landscape Design wins the Outstanding Award of Excellence at the Singapore Landscape Architecture Awards for Kranji Marshes.
The Kranji Marshes improvement project was intended to reinstate the marsh as a haven for freshwater birds and provide access and facilities for visitors.
Kranji Marshes is now home to more than 170 species of birds, 54 species of butterflies and 33 species of dragonflies, all of which can be observed and studied by visitors without disturbance.
It seems a shame not to share our photos and videos of some of our Singapore Otters with their pups taken in March this year (2017). This is just one of the families of Smooth-coated Otters (Lutrogale perspicallata) to be found in Singapore. This particular group of otters are long gone from their former holt location at Changi now.
It's nice to compare the latest photos we took of the Eco-Link@BKE recently with our early photos, taken just after the planting works were completed, back in 2013.
The wildlife bridge has been monitored by NParks with camera traps, bat detectors (which is a device that detects the echlocation calls made by different species of bats and not a gadget used by Bruce Wayne), and bird ringing programs.
What we are working on right now?
We can't show you much right now since these projects are ongoing, however we are currently designing and detailing the Round Island Route (RIR) Corridor A - Coastal Adventure, Singapore; LTA's Cycling Path Network, Singapore; Bishan to City Planning Study, Singapore; and The Learning Forest a 10 hectare extension to the Singapore Botanic Gardens which finishes later this year.
You can check out our videos of the 3D Visualizations of the Round Island Route (RIR) on SCLD's YouTube Channel