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Audi Centre Singapore / ONG&ONG Pte Ltd

© Aaron Pocock © Aaron Pocock © Aaron Pocock © Aaron Pocock

Shimano Cycling World / Eight Inc

  • Architects: Eight Inc
  • Location: 6 Stadium Walk, Singapore
  • Principal In Charge: Tim Kobe
  • Area: 650.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2014
  • Photographs: Aaron Pocock

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Wat Ananda Metyarama Thai Buddhist Temple / Czarl Architects

  • Architects: Czarl Architects
  • Location: Block 116 HDB Jln Bukit Merah, 116 Jalan Bukit Merah, Singapore 160116
  • Design Team: Carl Lim, Anditya Dwi Saputra, MingFu Weng, Nic Chan
  • Area: 1526.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2014
  • Photographs: MingFu Weng

© MingFu Weng © MingFu Weng © MingFu Weng © MingFu Weng

Terrace House / Formwerkz Architects

  • Architects: Formwerkz Architects
  • Location: Singapore
  • Design Team: Alan Tay, Iskanda Idris, Cai Xun
  • Photographs: Albert Lim

© Albert Lim © Albert Lim © Albert Lim © Albert Lim

Master Plan Revealed for Binhai Eco City in Tianjin

Holm Architecture Office and AI - along with landscape architects Kragh Berglund – have been named shared winners of the Eco City Binhai Master Plan. Located outside Tianjin in Northern China, the project will consist of a new Central Business District and five new cultural buildings. Learn more about this plan after the break.

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Heatherwick Exhibitions Set to Tour US and Asia

Thomas Heatherwick is set to expand his international reputation in the coming year, thanks to two exhibitions that will tour the United States and East Asia, reports the Architects' Journal. The US exhibition, titled "Provocations: The Architecture and Design of Heatherwick Studio" will tour Dallas, LA and New York from September 2014 to October 2015. The Asia exhibit is yet to be formally announced, although it is believed it will begin in Singapore in Spring 2015. Read on after the break for more details of the exhibitions.

Archifest 2014: Exploring CROWD In Singapore

Returning for its eighth year, Singapore's annual premiere festival Archifest explores the concept of CROWD, and how it interacts with and becomes an integral aspect of architecture and urbanism. Hailed as a Festival of Ideas for the City, Archifest is a two week long gala focusing this year on the context of Collective Intelligence and Community Capital, and the intricate complexities and interconnectivity between both. The theme is based on the belief that it is "the human aspect of architecture that encourages, facilitates, and enhances the human quality to hold influence and create energy to the makeup of our city."

Airwell House / ADX Architects

  • Architects: ADX Architects
  • Location: Singapore
  • Area: 253.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Edward Hendricks

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OOI House / Czarl Architects

  • Architects: Czarl Architects
  • Location: Jasmine Road, Singapore
  • Design Team: Carl Lim, Anditya Dwi Saputra, Sheryl Asi Perculeza
  • Area: 354.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Photographs: Tim Nolan

© Tim Nolan © Tim Nolan © Tim Nolan © Tim Nolan

AD Interviews: Keith Griffiths, Chairman of Aedas, on Appoaching Densification in London

Following the recent announcement of Aedas' demerger into two separate companies - one retaining the Aedas name and the other now known as AHR - we spoke to Keith Griffiths, Chairman of Aedas' global board and a practicing architect for close to three decades. The company, which was recently ranked by the Architects' Journal as the 5th largest and most influential practice in the world, have now moved their head office to London's Chandos Place and are championing a new approach to urban regeneration in the UK's capital. Alongside discussing how an international practice of Aedas' scale successfully operates, Griffiths offered his insight into how the future looks for European cities based on a tried and tested Asian model of densification.

Singapore SportsHub / DPArchitects

  • Architects: DP Architects
  • Location: Singapore Sports Hub, 397718
  • Master Plan: DP Architects, Arup, AECOM
  • Architecture Sport Venues: Arup Associates, DP Architects
  • Architecture Office, Retail, Leisure : DP Architects
  • Engineering: Arup
  • Landscape: AECOM
  • Project Year: 2014
  • Photographs: Courtesy of DP Architects

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Faber Avenue / Hyla Architects

  • Architects: Hyla Architects
  • Location: Faber Avenue, Singapore
  • Architect In Charge: Han Loke Kwang, Nirun Thawornngamyingsakul, Nussara Sonsart
  • Area: 415.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2011
  • Photographs: Derek Swalwell

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The Extended House / Formwerkz Architects

  • Architects: Formwerkz Architects
  • Location: Singapore
  • Design Team: Alan Tay, Iskandar Idris, Ming Hui, Xue Zhen
  • Area: 450.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2013
  • Photographs: Albert Lim

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65BTP-HOUSE / ONG&ONG Pte Ltd

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AD Round Up: Architecture in Singapore

The Star / Andrew Bromberg of Aedas. Image Courtesy of Aedas
The Star / Andrew Bromberg of Aedas. Image Courtesy of Aedas

BCI Asia recently released its top ten awards list for architecture firms in Singapore. In recognition of some of these firms, as well as the excellence of the built work across this sovereign city-state, we’ve collected some of our favorite projects from Singapore. In this round-up you’ll find a mall by Aedas, a house by Ong&Ong, and a theme park attraction by DP Architects - all firms that placed on BCI’s list. No less deserving of attention is this public library by LOOK Architects, a hospital by Broadway Malyan, an art school by WOHA. The Tangga House, Cluny House, and The Golden Box, designed by Neri & Hu, Guz Architects, and K2Ld respectively are also fabulous works. We hope you’ll enjoy these projects, as well as our full list of architecture in Singapore located here.

Heatherwick Studio To Build "Learning Hub" in Singapore

London based Heatherwick Studio have won a competition to design a Learning Hub at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. The construction of the Hub, part of a £360 million scheme, will be the first redevelopment of its campus in twenty years. Having already won the BCA Green Mark Platinum Award for Sustainability from the Singaporean Government, the design seeks to redefine the aspiration of a university building. Within this new context the purpose of the university is to "foster togetherness and sociability" so that students can meet and learn in a space that encourages collaboration.