Previously Published Projects (2006)
     
     

4Q 2006

Nanjing Tongren Housing Development
Located on the outskirts of Nanjing, the Tongren Housing Development gives traditional Chinese architecture a modern interpretation by incorporating the values of modesty, reserve, diligence and thrift in the buildings’ design and space arrangement.
 

4Q 2006

Reversible Destiny Lofts—Mitaka
The design premise of the Reversible Destiny Lofts—Mitaka is that comfort speeds up the aging process. Elderly people would be better off living in spaces that require their constant attention and are physically challenging, according to the architects.
 

4Q 2006

Tiptop Residential Building
Nanjing Tiptop has both apartment buildings and villas. In keeping with the historical nature of the site and local culture, the buildings’ architectural features reference the area’s traditional folk-houses, with whitewashed walls, grey roof tiles and wood fences.
 

4Q 2006

Tianjin Hongze Housing Development
Tianjin Hongze Housing Development, located in the heart of Tanggu, China’s largest technological development area, incorporates elements of traditional Chinese architecture, and dimensions and amenities associated with Western lifestyle.
 

4Q 2006

Wonderful Mansion
Situated by the Yongding River in centralsouthern Beijing, the Wonderful Mansion residential project consists of a group of simple, dark-coloured cubic buildings, planned and designed to maximise natural light and conserve energy.
 

4Q 2006

The Pinnacle@Duxton
The Pinnacle@Duxton, a public housing development in Singapore, has generated significant buzz since the project was awarded in an international design competition to local architects ARC Studio Architecture + Urbanism in 2002.
 

4Q 2006

Bai Hui Riverside Garden
As part of Shanghai’s ambitious south district redevelopment plan, the Bai Hui Riverside Garden residential development aims to meet the needs of Shanghai’s growing upper-middle-class population.
 

4Q 2006

Gedmale Meilong Residences
The striking use of colour on the exterior of the Gedmale Meilong Residences, located in the heart of the rapidly expanding Longhua town of Shenzhen, breaks up the repetitive monotony that usually characterises massive housing developments with primarily slab-type buildings.
 

4Q 2006

Canaryside
The 210-unit Canaryside was marketed as a luxury waterfront property, boasting views of Victoria Harbour and the mountains. Given that its neighbours are still industrial properties, the architects kept the building façade in grey tones that synchronised with the immediate surroundings.
 

4Q 2006

Lumiere
Singapore’s Lumiere high-rise residential development sits on a site in the citystate’s
central business district (CBD) currently occupied by a commercial building, representing a shift in city planning.
 

4Q 2006

Ocean One Tower
Though the building occupies an urban greenfield site, its small footprint has left some 10,000 square metres of open green space, some of which will be covered by a large glass canopy to house public venues, such as al-fresco dining spots, and retail and recreation establishments.
 

4Q 2006

Idaman Residence
Architect Dr. Kenneth Yeang, principal of T.R. Hamzah & Yeang, saw an opportunity to employ his signature philosophy, viewing the project from an “ecologically green” perspective.
 

4Q 2006

Mezza Residences
The Mezza Residences are four 38-storey towers housing nearly two thousand apartments, which sit on top of an 8,088-square-metre SM mall and across the street from another.
 

4Q 2006

Mediterania Garden Residences
The Mediterania Garden Residences’ relatively simple façade with Mediterranean-style decorative elements and terracotta colours is an accessible architectural motif that appeals to its target audience of students and young professionals.
 

4Q 2006

Harmony Point
The Harmony Point mixed-use development, which includes a 29-storey, 168-unit residential tower, is part of a move to turn the industrial District 4 of Ho Chi Minh City into a new residential zone.
 

3Q 2006

The Marina Bay Bridge

Designed to suggest the double-helix DNA, Singapore’s Marina Bay bridge, crossing the bay from the planned Marina Bay development, will visually support Singapore’s ambitions to establish itself as a hub of biomedical research and development in Asia.

 

3Q 2006

Shanghai Traditional Chinese Medical University, Shuguang Hospital

The 720-bed hospital ties together design concepts derived from traditional Chinese medicine, the philosophy of therapeutic spaces such as healing gardens, and the high technology characteristic of Western medicine.

 

3Q 2006

Katta Public General Hospital

The architects drew their inspiration from the idea of “gentle healing,” and created a patient-oriented design that provides a comfortable healing environment instead of the puritanical sterility typical of Japanese hospitals.

 

3Q 2006

St. Luke’s Medical Center

The St. Luke’s Medical Center’s new facility under construction in the fast-developing Fort Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City, Metro Manila, is designed to meet the high standards set by an existing hospital.

 

3Q 2006

Tianmashan Sanatorium of Shanghai Zhongshan Hospital

The Tianmashan hill is the highest and most thickly forested in the Shanghai Sheshan Scenic Area. The Tianmashan Sanatorium of Zhongshan Hospital is situated at the foot of Tianmashan hill, where the picturesque scenery and fresh air create an ideal place for recuperation

 

3Q 2006

Matsue Municipal Health, Medical & Welfare Centre

The Matsue Municipal Health, Medical and Welfare Centre was conceived out of a desire to recognise the close relationship between health, medical and welfare services. The design aims to maximise internal operational efficiency while integrating with the surrounding natural environment.

 

3Q 2006

No. 3 People’s Hospital of Shenzhen

Shenzhen East Lake Hospital, established in 1985, is a non-profit hospital specialising in infectious diseases. In 2003 when the SARS epidemic overwhelmed China, the hospital became the only one in Shenzhen designated for SARS patients.

 

3Q 2006

NCI Cancer Hospital

Dr. Kim Tan, a leading UK-based biotechnology entrepreneur, founded the NCI Cancer Hospital in 1999 as a specialist oncology institute and the first private cancer centre in Malaysia dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of cancer patients.

 

3Q 2006

Hoan My Hospital

Hoan My Hospital was designed to respect French bacteriologist Dr. Alexandre Yersin’s legacy: the complex is designed in traditional French colonial style with a strong awareness of its natural context.

 

3Q 2006

Bangkok Heart Hospital

The building’s glass and aluminium-clad exterior lends the facility a streamlined, modern style, while the ambition to evoke a high-end resort is reflected in aspects of the hospital’s interior design.

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