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Three Trees House

44WA House

18SKA House

S House

162MR House

C House

Wat Ananda Metyarama Temple

Margaret Market

JCO Outlet

Quang Ngai Technical Industry College

Trinity Tower Condominium

Lorenzo HQ

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The Riverine by The Park Apartment

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Sentosa Cove

Sixth Avenue Apartment

One Shenton Apartment

Cavo

OMG

I20TJP Hotel

Duxton 41

Kaixo Kulinary

Bedrock Grill + Bar

Oriole

Coriander Leaf Bistro

Rooftop Bar at OUE Building

198TA Office

Roxtec Office

Singapore Zoological Office

DKNY Jeans Concept Store

EXHIBITION

Pokoknya: Organic Cancellation

Calendrical Systems for the Afterlife

Pragmatic Prayers for the Kala at the Threshold

F1 Lifestyle Area 2011

MASTER PLANNING

Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden

Chiang Rai

COMPETITION

Pavilion at Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery

Children’s Aid Society Melrose Village

Singapore World Expo Pavilion 2020

Archifest Pavilion 2018 Singapore

Conhub

Tokyo Vertical Cemetery

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Architecture

P House

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 973 sqm
GFA: 764 sqm
Completion: 2012
Construction Cost: SGD 5.0 Mil
Client: Private
Contractor: Join-Aim Pte Ltd
Accolade: Shortlisted for World Architecture Festival 2012
Photographer: Boon Chian

Architecture

3ASH House

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 989.40 sqm
GFA: 1132.63 sqm
Completion: 2021
Construction Cost: 5.0 Mil
Client: Private
Contractor: Construkt Pte Ltd
Photographer: Jiwen Bai

Architecture

14JMS House

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 329.60 sqm
GFA: 526.62 sqm
Completion: 2022
Construction Cost: 1.7 Mil
Client: Private
Contractor: Hiap Seng Building Construction Pte Ltd
Collaborator: Parenthesis Studio
Photographer: Jiwen Bai

Architecture

2LPH House

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 375.50 sqm
GFA: 586.32 sqm
Completion: 2022
Construction Cost: 2.3 Mil
Client: Private
Contractor: Content Construction & Development Pte Ltd
Photographer: Jiwen Bai

Architecture

33CCR House

Project: 33CCR House
Location: Singapore
Site Area: 307.34 sqm
GFA: 373.93 sqm
Completion: 2023
Client: Private
Contractor: Lim Seng Kok Contractor Pte Ltd

Architecture

62KPR House

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 250.73 sqm
GFA: 384.31 sqm
Completion: 2023
Construction Cost: SGD 2 Mil
Client: Private
Contractor: Lloyd & Andrew Builders Pte Ltd

Architecture

15ELR House

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 299.4 sqm
GFA: 350.28 sqm
Completion: 2021
Construction Cost: 1.0 Mil
Client: Private
Contractor: Construkt Pte Ltd
Photographer: Fadly Salleh

Architecture

OOI House

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 372.2 sqm
GFA: 354.9 sqm
Completion: 2009
Construction Cost: SGD 1.4 Mil
Client: Private
Contractor: EL-FA Team Pte Ltd
Collaborator: Mink Architects
Photographer: Tim Nolan

Architecture

31NT House

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 129.40 sqm
GFA: 199.65 sqm
Completion: 2018
Construction Cost: 0.9 Mil
Client: Private
Contractor: CapitalGold Construction & Engineering Pte Ltd
Photographer: Fadly Salleh

Architecture

Three Trees House

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 188.2 sqm
GFA: 274.49 sqm
Completion: 2018
Construction Cost: SGD 1.5 Mil
Client: Private
Contractor: Builders Alliance Pte Ltd

Architecture

44WA House

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 654.20 sqm
GFA: 811.31 sqm
Completion: Under Construction
Construction Cost: 3.7 Mil
Client: Private
Contractor: Divine N’ Dynamic Pte Ltd

Architecture

18SKA House

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 171.3 sqm
GFA: 298.31 sqm
Completion: 2019
Construction Cost: 1.0 Mil
Client: Private
Contractor: CapitalGold Construction & Engineering Pte Ltd

Architecture

S House

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 536.10 sqm
GFA: 510.51 sqm
Completion: 2012
Construction Cost: SGD 0.8 Mil
Client: Private
Contractor: CapitalGold Construction & Engineering Pte Ltd
Photographer: Weng Mingfu

Architecture

162MR House

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 275.38 sqm
GFA: 514.42 sqm
Completion: Under Construction
Construction Cost: 2.0 Mil
Client: Private
Contractor: Altitude Construction & Trading Co Pte Ltd

Architecture

C House

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 247.10 sqm
GFA: 587.05 sqm
Completion: Design Proposal
Client: Private
Accolade: Shortlisted for World Architecture Festival 2012

Architecture

Wat Ananda Metyarama Temple

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 3311.20 sqm
GFA: 1526.69 sqm
Completion: 2012
Construction Cost: 5.4 Mil
Client: Wat Ananda Metyarama Thai Buddhist Temple
Contractor: Ang Cheng Guan Construction
Accolade: Shortlisted for World Architecture Festival 2012
Photographer: Weng Mingfu

Architecture

Margaret Market

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 1306.39 sqm
GFA: 1900.18 sqm
Completion: 2023
Construction Cost: 0.5 mil
Client: Bethesda Medical Pte Ltd
Contractor: Joleta
Photos by: Bethesda Medical Pte Ltd

Architecture

JCO Outlet

Architecture

Quang Ngai Technical Industry College

Architecture

Trinity Tower Condominium

Location: Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Site Area: 8107 sqm
GFA: 32,000 sqm
Plot Ratio: 3.94
Completion: Design Proposal
Client: Joland Group

Architecture

Lorenzo HQ

Interior

The Riverine by The Park Apartment

Interior

Parkvale

Interior

Palacio

Interior

Sentosa Cove

Interior

Sixth Avenue Apartment

Interior

One Shenton Apartment

Interior

Cavo

Interior

OMG

Interior

120TJP Hotel

Interior

Duxton 41

Interior

Kaixo Kulinary

Interior

Bedrock Grill + Bar

Interior

Oriole

Interior

Coriander Leaf Bistro

Interior

Rooftop Bar at OUE Building

Interior

198TA Office

Interior

Roxtec Office

Interior

Singapore Zoological Office

Interior

DKNY Jeans Concept Store

Exhibition

Pokoknya: Organic Cancellation

Exhibition: An Exercise of Meaning in a Glitch Season
Location: National Gallery, Singapore
Completion: 2021
Contractor: W Carpenter

Project Info:
In collaboration with artist, Tini Aliman and W Carpenter. Write up from Artist.

Pokoknya: Organic Cancellation is the latest work in a collaborative performance project between diverse plant species, gamelan (traditional ensemble music from Indonesia) and electronic musicians. It explores the limits of interspecies communication, the remembered afterlife of performances, the nature of glitches, and the polarities of sound. The accompanying videos act as a memory map, retracing sonic semblances from places that underwent environmental changes, thereby altering the relationship between these landscapes and the plants within them.

This sound installation experiments with analog audio phase cancellation, integrating two or more waveforms which cancel each other out with almost no amplitude. The resulting waveform combines the same frequencies at different starting points, and is said to have had a “phase shift”. Straddling tranquility and silent turbulence, Pokoknya: Organic Cancellation corresponds to the state of the world today and astutely reflects the impact of this paradigm shift on our being.

This sound installation experiments with analog audio phase cancellation, integrating two or more waveforms which cancel each other out with almost no amplitude. The resulting waveform combines the same frequencies at different starting points, and is said to have had a “phase shift”. Straddling tranquility and silent turbulence, Pokoknya: Organic Cancellation corresponds to the state of the world today and astutely reflects the impact of this paradigm shift on our being.

Exhibition

Calendrical Systems for the Afterlife

Exhibition: 2219: Futures Imagined
Location: Art Science Museum, Singapore
Completion: 2020
Contractor: W Carpenter

Project Info:
In collaboration with artist, Zarina Muhammad and W Carpenter. Write up from Artist.

What are the ways we map out certain non-conforming names and bodies that defy easy translation or interpretation? How do we memorise and memorialise all that we assume matters, especially those that fall onto messy overlapping timelines and cycles? How do tell old and new stories on time travelling, unresolved memory, shapeshifting translations and other haunted historiographies? In domesticating doubts on the complexities of oral histories, fragmented cosmologies, cosmogonies, genealogies and the acts of remembering the ghosts and monsters, ancestors and gods that inhabit the ruined landscapes of the anthropocene, what shrines, gaping holes, shallow graves, markers for these afterlives do we create?

Composed from archival fragments, speculative histories, embodied experiences, folkloric narratives and shapeshifting conjectures, this installation speaks of and to the mythologies, astrologies and cultural naming of final rites, of peculiar phantoms, of ruined/renewed landscapes, of animal forms and plant names and the spirits attached to them, of seasonal winds and rains, of ownership and custodianship, of territory and terror, of time and future ghosts.

Exhibition

Pragmatic Prayers for the Kala at the Threshold

Exhibition: President’s Young Talents Exhibition
Location: Singapore Art Museum, Singapore
Completion: 2019

Project Info:
In collaboration with artist, Zarina Muhammad. Write up from Artist.

Pragmatic Prayers for the Kala at the Threshold takes the penunggu or ‘guardian at the gate’ as its departure point and charts out a space that traverses beyond the physical. The installation is laid out as three distinct divisions that serve as the hills, land and sea of Bukit Larangan, Bras Basah, as well as Kallang and the coastal areas of Singapore, respectively. Within each designation are a selection of material objects and modes of presentation that reflect and respond to the history, culture and memories of the zones they are housed in. These objects act as coordinates in which to map the histories and paths that the spirits of these realms may have resided and roamed in. Historic and mythic, Pragmatic Prayers for the Kala at the Threshold aims to, in the artist’s words, “disrupt and irrupt time and move beyond the single narrative of place.

Conceived as an installation that will unfold and shapeshift with seven gestural and performative activations through the months, ‘Pragmatic Prayers for the Kala at the Threshold’ is intended to bring the audience into a convergence and dialogue with Austronesian cosmologies, the cultural biographies of objects, sites and communities, and the various points of forgetting between the pre-colonial and the post-colonial.

In de/re-narrating entangled speculative histories as well as inviting the counterpoints, extended potentialities and possible antidotes to our culture of forgetting, how might we remediate the inter-regional and inter-generational narratives of the mythic and the spectral, the worlds of the living, the forgotten and the dead? How many numinous spirits are left in our midst? Who stands, sits, crouches, watches from the threshold?

Exhibition

F1 Lifestyle Area 2011

Master Planning

Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden

Master Planning

Chiang Rai

Competition

Pavilion at Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery

Competition

Children’s Aid Society Melrose Village

Competition

Singapore World Expo Pavilion 2020

Competition

Archifest Pavilion 2018 Singapore

Location: Singapore
Site Area: 623 sqm
Completion: 2018

Competition

Conhub

Competition

Tokyo Vertical Cemetery

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