Our next stop was Singapore, where the World Architecture Festival and Inside Festival took place together.
Colin Seah of Singapore design studio Ministry of Design showed us some interesting new developments in the city, and explained how design is helping to make Singapore a more exciting place to live.
He also took us to some huge new housing developments, including The Interlace by Ole Scheeren, formerly of OMA, and explained how the city was managing to house its growing population without sacrificing its green spaces.
At World Architecture Festival, we talked to some of the most interesting speakers at the event, including Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto, who discussed his fascination with nature and architecture.
Scroll down to watch all of our movies from Singapore.
Dezeen and MINI World Tour: in this movie Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto discusses his philosophy of designing structures that are "in between" opposing concepts such as nature and architecture, and says the approach could work just as well on a skyscraper as a small private house. More »
Dezeen and MINI World Tour: Colin Seah of Ministry of Design shows us examples of how Singapore is responding to the challenge of housing a growing population without sacrificing its green spaces in our second movie from the city. More »
Dezeen and MINI World Tour: in our first 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. More »