Previously Published Projects (2013 Jan to Jun)
     
May-Jun 2013
An Integrated Teaching Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The School of Architecture at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) was established in 1991, located within the Faculty of Social Science. This project, completed in 2012, involves the building of a new teaching block within the school.
 
   
     
May-Jun 2013
Yau Lai Estate Phase 5
Yau Lai Estate is a public housing development comprising a shopping centre and 13 domestic blocks targeted to accommodate around 20,000 residents. This is the last phase, made up of two 39-storey domestic blocks, a 4-storey car park block and ancillary facilities.
   
     
May-Jun 2013
Taylor's Lakeside Campus
The Subang Jaya Lake area on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur has had many incarnations—first it was a tin mining field, then an illegal dumpsite, finally it became a squatter occupied by the homeless.
   
     
May-Jun 2013
Low Cost House
Over the past decade, Vietnam has seen a huge increase in quantity of housing, but the quality has remained poor, with many Vietnamese families living in very small houses.
   
     
May-Jun 2013
Farming Kindergarten
Vietnam is rapidly developing and, like many other fast-industrialising countries around the region, the country faces many environmental and urban problems.
   
     
Mar-Apr 2013
City Profiles
A Reflection on Singapore's Recent Urban Development
by Ng Wai Keen
   
     
Mar-Apr 2013
City Profiles
Emerging Manila: A City on the Rise
by Harry Serrano
 
 
     
Mar-Apr 2013
City Profiles
Hong Kong’s Urban Transformation 2005–2012: A Review and Outlook
by Hendrik Tieben
 
 
     
Mar-Apr 2013
City Profiles

Ho Chi Minh City: Racing to the Future

by Melissa Merryweather

 
 
     
Jan-Feb 2013
Building Bigger in China
In recent years, it seems architecture in China, especially in the cities, has been dominated by megastructures, with each striving to outshine the other in terms of design and iconic status, as well as size.
 
 
     

Jan-Feb 2013

A House for All Seasons
Over the last 30 years the mass migration of rural villagers has not only enabled the growth of Chinese cities but has had an equally dramatic effect on their homeland.

 

 
 
     

Jan-Feb 2013

HP Tree House

HP Tree House is set on a secluded and private lot on the flanks of Mt Whitfield.

 
 
     

Jan-Feb 2013

Monash University Student Housing, Clayton
This student residential development at Monash University is the first multi-unit residential project in Australia to achieve a Green Star rating for sustainable construction.
 
 
     
Jan-Feb 2013
Bluepoint
The most striking thing about this development—besides its location and view—is the façade.
 
 
     

Jan-Feb 2013

Baan Huen Dhamma

The clients wanted to have a home to live in peacefully till the end of their days.

 
 
     

Jan-Feb 2013

SkyTerrace@Dawson and Skyville@Dawson

The rejuvenation plans for Dawson Estate were announced in 2007 as part of the Housing & Development Board’s (HDB) Remaking Our Heartland (ROH) initiative.

 
 
 
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