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post updated 12 Feb 2020

Building Developments in Singapore

e-architect select what we feel are the best examples of Singapore Building Developments.

We cover completed buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across Singapore.

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Architecture Designs – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

Xtra Herman Miller Shop
Architect: P.A.C
Xtra Singapore Building Developments
photo from architects

Xtra Herman Miller Shop – 9 Oct 2012
The design inspiration for the architects comes from Herman Miller’s core products; Work Chairs. Learning from the design processes of the work chairs, which combines formal, structural and material innovation based on the research of Ergonomics to create a surface that moulds comfortably to the human body, our proposal seek to develop a “skin” for the Herman Miller Store that is “moulded” to its host – Xtra.

UOL Edge Gallery
Architects: Ministry of Design
Singapore Gallery Building
photo : CI&A Photography

UOL Edge Gallery Singapore – 20 Jul 2012
Singapore has been experiencing a residential condominium development boom in recent years and as a result, architects have been called upon to design a slew of temporary show gallery buildings to facilitate the display and sale of these developments. “Remarkably, instead of the rich design variety one may imagine emerging from such commissions, the majority of show gallery design has been woefully homogenous and formulaic – architecture comprising of awkwardly proportioned cubes of glass, plaster and timber with interior design independent from its architectural edifice, typically styled with uninhibited ostentation and cliched visions of luxury”.

Yale-NUS College
Design: Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
Yale-NUS College Singapore Building Developments
image from architects

Yale-NUS College Singapore – 12 Jul 2012
Yale-NUS College will be first liberal arts college in Singapore, offering four-year undergraduate degrees on a campus that integrates learning and living. This new institution, jointly created by Yale University and the National University of Singapore, will enroll up to 1,000 students. Adjacent to NUS’s University Town, the project comprises a central campus green flanked by academic and administrative buildings as well as three residential colleges, each arranged around its own courtyard.

Scotts Tower
Design: UNStudio
Singapore Tower
picture © UNStudio

Scotts Tower Singapore – 7 Dec 2011
UNStudio’s design for The Scotts Tower in Singapore will be the first development to be unveiled today under the Far East Organisation’s new SOHO brand. Designed to conserve space whilst maximizing live/work/play areas, The Scotts Tower high end residential building is situated on a prime location in Singapore, close to the Orchard Road luxury shopping district and with views encompassing both nearby parkland and the panoramic cityscape of Singapore City. The final design outcome of this 120 unit 5 storey residential development, belies the challenges that the site poses. The site is like the side of a hill, varying in height of up to 8 metres between the rear of the site to the front of the site. The terrain also rises towards the centre of the site.

Sentosa Cove House
Design: ONG&ONG Architects
Sentosa Cove Building
photograph from architects

Sentosa Cove House
This home 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.

Major Singapore Architecture Developments, alphabetical:

The Sail @ Marina Bay
Design: NBBj Architects
Sail @ Marina Bay Singapore Building Developments
photo © Tim Griffith

Sail @ Marina Bay

Scotts Tower – Residential tower building
Design: Rem Koolhaas Architects / OMA
Singapore building
image from OMA

Singapore Tower : iconic architecture

Shelford Road Apartments
Forum Architects
Shelford Road Apartments
photograph : Albert Lim

Singapore Apartments

Singapore Arts Centre Esplanade Theatres
Design: Michael Wilford & Partners + DP Architects
Singapore Arts Centre
photo © Tom Ravenscroft

Singapore Arts Center Building

Singapore bridge
Design: IJP Corporation
Singapore bridge
picture from IJP

Singapore Bridge

Singapore Civic & Culture Centre
CCRC Singapore Building Developments
picture from architects

CCRC Singapore

Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay
Design: Kisho Kurokawa Architect & DP Architects
Singapore Flyer
photo © Tom Ravenscroft

Singapore observation wheel – no link

Singapore Gardens by the Bay
Design: Grant Associates
Gardens by the Bay Singapore Building Developments
photo : Robert Such

Singapore Gardens by the Bay

Singapore Science Centre
Design: TR Hamzah Yeang
Singapore Science Centre
image from ING

Singapore Science Centre

Singapore Stadium MRT Station
Design: WOHA Architects
Singapore Stadium MRT
photo : Patrick Bingham-Hall

Stadium MRT Station Building

Singapore Univ. of Technology and Design
Singapore University of Technology and Design
picture : UNStudio

SUTD Building

Singapore Waterfront Competition
Gustafson Porter
Singapore Gardens
picture from Pergola

Singapore Gardens : architecture contest

Design: MKPL Architects
SkyPark Singapore Building Developments
photograph : Albert K.S. Lim

SkyPark Singapore

Space Asia Hub
WOHA Architecture
Space Asia Hub
photo from Space Furniture

Space Asia Hub

Studio M Hotel
Studio M Hotel
photograph : Derek Swalwell

Studio M Hotel

Supreme Law Court of Singapore
Foster + Partners
Supreme Law Court Singapore
picture © TR

Supreme Law Court of Singapore

Tangga House
Guz Architects
Tangga home Singapore Building Developments
picture : Patrick Bingham Hall

Tangga House

The Trillium
DP Architects
The Trillium Singapore Building Developments
picture from architect

The Trillium

UOB Plaza One
Tange Associates – Kenzo Tange
UOB Plaza One
picture © Tom Ravenscroft

UOB Plaza One : 66 storeys / 280m high

Vertical Park Hotel
WOHA Architects
Vertical Park Hotel
picture from architect

Vertical Park Hotel

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