Singapore's vertical village wins world architecture prize

The vertical village is an architectural attempt to create a community of senior citizens who live in a social housing.

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    Architects from across the globe have been competing for design glory at the World Architecture Festival.

    The event gathers more than 2,000 architects to exchange ideas and recognises some of the best buildings and future projects in the world.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from Amsterdam, where the overall winner has been unveiled.


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