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CT Hub, Alexandra Road, Singapore
Architect: ONG&ONG Pte Ltd
CT Hub Singapore
photograph : Kenerf Sim

CT Hub Singapore
 CT Hub is an eleven-storey building with two levels of retail space and nine levels of light industrial offices and production facilities, totaling 34,000 sqm. The building’s massing is conceived as a ‘jewel box’, with forms and patterns embossed and carved out to create courtyards, gardens and terraces. Its facade constitutes a complex lattice pattern, combining straight and 20-degree angled lines drawn from digital LED displays.

Collyer Quay Landscape – 23 Sep 2013
Design: ONG&ONG, Architects
Collyer Quay Landscape Singapore
photo : Derek Swalwell

The development includes the newly completed Fullerton Bay Hotel flanked by two conservation buildings, Clifford Pier and Customs Harbour Branch Building. An array of retail, dining and entertainment establishments are housed along this stretch, which is nicely complemented by the vast outdoor performance spaces that were incorporated into the landscape.

Audi Terminal, Alexandra Road, Singapore
Design: ONG&ONG Pte Ltd
Audi Terminal Singaporee
photo : i29 interior architects

Audi Terminal Singapore – 5 Jun 2013
Standing eight-storeys high, Audi Singapore’s newly unveiled flagship store is the first ever high-rise Audi Terminal, and at 1,350 square metres per floor, is also the largest Audi showroom in Southeast Asia. The façade is clad in aluminium with hexagonal cut-outs forming a honeycomb pattern, while full-height glass windows for the lower floors make the building appear to float off the ground.

ONG&ONG win at Cityscape Awards
BT TIMAH HOUSE TOPS RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS AT INTERNATIONAL AWARDS, CITYSCAPE
JKC1 Singapore
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JKC1 Singapore – 8 Oct 2012
JKC1 and M-House, two of ONG&ONG’s latest residential projects were recipients at last week’s Cityscape Awards for Emerging Markets. JKC1 was overall winner in the ‘Residential Built Project’ category, while M-House was also highly commended.

5 Oct 2012

ONG&ONG win at URA Architectural Awards

At today’s URA Architectural Awards ceremony, ONG&ONG’s 51 Joo Chiat Terrace was a winner for its minimalist design and unique layout that stayed true to conservation guidelines. Since the award’s inception in 1995, the Urban Redevelopment Authority has celebrated the best in Singapore’s conservation efforts, thereby raising public awareness on the cultural impact of preserving historical buildings and monuments.

3 Oct 2012

ONG&ONG gain double win at Colombian Diaspora Archi Awards

At the recent Colombian Diaspora Architecture Awards, ONG&ONG’s Diego Molina and Maria Arango’s 55 Blair Road and JKC1 projects garnered a gold and silver medal for their respective categories.
Organised by SCANY (Sociedad Colombiana de arquitectos New York), this award gives due recognition to outstanding works created by Colombian architects and designers, wherever they are in the world.

12 Jul 2012

ONG&ONG celebrates 40 years

2012 heralds ONG&ONG’s 40th year in the design and construction business, so the company has embarked on a year-long celebration starting with a 12th of July reception at the Shangri-la Hotel, while a travelling exhibition and book launch are coming up in October.
This Thursday’s event is a big thank you to all clients, associates and friends without whose support ONG&ONG would not be where it is today. Visitors can look forward to a very special exhibition documenting the finest from ONG&ONG’s past, present and future projects.
From all of us at ONG&ONG, thank you for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you at the reception.

Ong&Ong – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by Ong&Ong architects, alphabetical:

Sentosa Cove House, Singapore
Sentosa Cove Building
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Sentosa Cove House – 27 Jan 2012
This is a home that can endure the tropics with minimal environmental impact, by tapping on available resources.
Four levels make up the building, each catering to various social and entertainment needs while also accommodating each family member’s individual need for solitude.
Achieving space maximisation and privacy were also factored into this design, in view of the house’s proximity to neighboring units. As a result, the internal spaces face inward into a multi-functional courtyard which acts as circulation pivot and lightwell, while also serving as a visual focal point. Dense foliage also provides a natural means for additional privacy.

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About ONG&ONG

With a track record of 40 years in the industry, ONG&ONG has earned an unparalleled reputation for servicing our clients with creativity, excellence and commitment.

ONG&ONG offers a complete 360º solution, encompassing all aspects of construction from design (architecture, urban planning, interior, landscape, environmental branding, lighting and experience design) to engineering (mechanical, electrical, civil, structural, fire safety and environmental) and even project management. In addition to projects in Singapore, ONG&ONG has also completed large-scale developments regionally, prompting the setting up of offices in China, Vietnam, India, Malaysia, USA, Indonesia, Mongolia as well as Abu Dhabi.

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