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kerhow

Kerhow believes that all good design stems from a solid plan, a passion for crafts and an interest in unique experiences. These desires form the basis for SOLID.

Upon graduation with a masters degree in architecture, Kerhow had indulged himself in all forms of design typology. Having honed skills from firms such as Zarch Collaboratives, Formwerkz Architects and DP Architects, he had acquired a rich portfolio that ranges from master-planning, hospitality, residential, commercial, conservation and even the 2008 Singapore National Day Stage Set design. He is currently a registered architect with the Board of Architects in Singapore.

Other than built works in singapore, Kerhow also has built projects overseas such as a golf course resort in china. His overseas experiences extends even to Sri Lanka’s biggest mixed development with Cecil Balmond. Besides the usual commissioned projects, he had led various design teams to multiple design awards.

Kerhow is also currently an adjunct lecturer with the Singapore Polytechnic Department of Architecture. www.kerhow.com

jing feng

Jing Feng believes that a solid plan is a derivation of many trials and errors; good design is a process, not a product. His desire for honesty in design form the basis for his design approach as a partner in asolidplan.

Upon graduation from Singapore Polytechnic in 2002, Jing Feng had gathered more than 10 years of design experiences. His involvement in projects under Zarch Collaboratives such as Archi World Expo 2005, Youth Olympic Games (opening and closing ceremony) 2010, Geylang Lorong 24A shophouse collections (URA heritage Award), gave him the necessary exposure and skills in handling complicated architectural design projects.

Other than professional practices, his interest in crafts-work, air-plants,  scaled models and  anything hands on brings out his sensitive edge to understanding users’ needs and construction difficulties.

The partnership with Kerhow came about naturally after knowing each other since 2007. The shared beliefs in design process and architecture nuances create the spark in every project they work on together. Even their collaborations during the early years fetched them design awards from a couple of design competitions participated.

zhong yi

Zhong Yi believes that good spatial design is vital for human relationships.

He was trained in Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris from 2000 to 2005, under a Singapore Public Service Commission scholarship. Professors and professionals who have mentored him include Odile Decq, Sir Peter Cook, Marc Barani, and François Roche of R&Sie.

After graduation, Zhong Yi worked for five years in the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore as an urban designer, planning and implementing the development of Jurong Lake District, notably the Government Land Sales sites in Jurong Gateway and the J-walk elevated pedestrian network. He was also involved in the development of 3D modelling and 3DGIS capabilities in URA.

After URA, he gained 4 valuable years of experience in architecture at the award-winning Singaporean firm Formwerkz Architects. Under the mentorship of Gwen Tan and Alan Tay, he completed 2 bungalows, the restaurant OCF, the interior design of Aperia mall, the design development of of a hotel and condominium in Penang. Zhong Yi is a registered architect with the Board of Architects in Singapore.

kerhow

Kerhow believes that all good design stems from a solid plan, a passion for crafts and an interest in unique experiences. These desires form the basis for SOLID.

Upon graduation with a masters degree in architecture, Kerhow had indulged himself in all forms of design typology. Having honed skills from firms such as Zarch Collaboratives, Formwerkz Architects and DP Architects, he had acquired a rich portfolio that ranges from master-planning, hospitality, residential, commercial, conservation and even the 2008 Singapore National Day Stage Set design. He is currently a registered architect with the Board of Architects in Singapore.

Other than built works in singapore, Kerhow also has built projects overseas such as a golf course resort in china. His overseas experiences extends even to Sri Lanka’s biggest mixed development with Cecil Balmond. Besides the usual commissioned projects, he had led various design teams to multiple design awards.

Kerhow is also currently an adjunct lecturer with the Singapore Polytechnic Department of Architecture. www.kerhow.com

jing feng

Jing Feng believes that a solid plan is a derivation of many trials and errors; good design is a process, not a product. His desire for honesty in design form the basis for his design approach as a partner in asolidplan.

Upon graduation from Singapore Polytechnic in 2002, Jing Feng had gathered more than 10 years of design experiences. His involvement in projects under Zarch Collaboratives such as Archi World Expo 2005, Youth Olympic Games (opening and closing ceremony) 2010, Geylang Lorong 24A shophouse collections (URA heritage Award), gave him the necessary exposure and skills in handling complicated architectural design projects.

Other than professional practices, his interest in crafts-work, air-plants,  scaled models and  anything hands on brings out his sensitive edge to understanding users’ needs and construction difficulties.

The partnership with Kerhow came about naturally after knowing each other since 2007. The shared beliefs in design process and architecture nuances create the spark in every project they work on together. Even their collaborations during the early years fetched them design awards from a couple of design competitions participated.

zhong yi

Zhong Yi believes that good spatial design is vital for human relationships.

He was trained in Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris from 2000 to 2005, under a Singapore Public Service Commission scholarship. Professors and professionals who have mentored him include Odile Decq, Sir Peter Cook, Marc Barani, and François Roche of R&Sie.

After graduation, Zhong Yi worked for five years in the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore as an urban designer, planning and implementing the development of Jurong Lake District, notably the Government Land Sales sites in Jurong Gateway and the J-walk elevated pedestrian network. He was also involved in the development of 3D modelling and 3DGIS capabilities in URA.

After URA, he gained 4 valuable years of experience in architecture at the award-winning Singaporean firm Formwerkz Architects. Under the mentorship of Gwen Tan and Alan Tay, he completed 2 bungalows, the restaurant OCF, the interior design of Aperia mall, the design development of of a hotel and condominium in Penang. Zhong Yi is a registered architect with the Board of Architects in Singapore.

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