National Day Stage Set Design 2018
With the Creative Director Boo Junfeng, we wanted a stage that is visually porous and integrated with Marina Bay.
For a family coming back to a place filled with memories, we had to strike a balance between respectfully celebrating nostalgia and optimistically inserting some new. We wanted the site and the occupants to feel rejuvenated in a new, bright space filled with life; while embracing the history and beauty of graceful ageing.
In a ground floor unit of the conserved art deco estate Tiong Bahru, this project was designed to balance daylight and privacy while harmonising old and new. Each window becomes an aperture whose transparency is fine-tuned via both the angle of the pivot screens and the alignment of its two layers
Thirsty 4 Balls Pool Bar
There is a deliberate flatness in the physical spaces created to increase the cinematographic quality that one can relate to like “The Grand Budapest Hotel” or the “The Darjeeling Limited” by Wes Anderson.
Work Space On A Garden Hill
Being proponents of contextual designing, we fell in love with the site right from the start a 100sqm conserved historical shophouse perched on a green hill in downtown Singapore; narrow and windowless, but with a skylight in its heart. We pulled in the terrain and greenery of the site context, and created a garden hill indoors, with the terrain doubling up as seating bench, table, and underfloor storage.