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Singapore Architects : Architecture Studios

Key Architecture Offices in Southeast Asia – Design Practices

post updated 1 November 2021

Singapore Architects Offices

Singapore Architect – Architect Listings

This page contains a selection of major Singapore architects, with links to individual practice pages. We’ve selected what we feel are the key Singapore Architects, but additions are always welcome. The focus is on contemporary architects in Singapore but information on traditional architecture studios is also welcome.

The most celebrated architect from the recent past is Kerry Hill. Currently the most notable architecture practice is DP Architects, who have designed some major buildings in south east Asia.

Singapore

Additions for the Singapore Architecture Studios page welcome

Singapore Architecture Designs
Singapore Beach Road
image : Foster + Partners

Links to Singapore Architects Studio InformationSoutheast Asian Architect Practices listed alphabetically by surname

Singapore Architects Practices

Architect Studios, alphabetical:

DP Architects

Kerry Hill

Ministry of Design

ONG&ONG architects

SAA Architects

Woha Architecture

Architect Offices featured on this site but not listed in practice section:

AWP Pte Ltd
Chan Sau Yan Associates
Formwerkz Architects
Forum Architects
Guz Architects
HYLA Architects
ip:li Architects
Linghao Architects
MKPL Architects
Park+Associates Pte Ltd
RichardHo Architects
RT+Q Architects Pte Ltd
SCDA Architects Pte
W Architects Pte Ltd
WMKY Ltd
YTL Design Group

More South East Asia architect practices online soon

One Raffles Place Tower 2 building design by Singapore Architects
photo : SAA Architects

Additional Singapore Architect studios welcome : please mail images (min. 72 DPI and 900 pixels wide) with architect practice profile to us at the e-mail address below.

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Architecture Offices. The focus is on contemporary architecture practices but information on historic design studios in South East Asia is also welcome.

Location: Singapore, South east Asia

Hong Kong Architects

Architecture Tours
ArtScience Museum Singapore
photo : Timothy Hursley
Singapore Architecture Tours

Contemporary Housing

Singapore Building – Recent Designs

Asia Square – Buildings
Design: Denton Corker Marshall
Asia Square
picture © The client / Crystal Graphics
Asia Square
The $S1 billion Asia Square project is a comprehensive commercial and retail development in Singapore’s new business and lifestyle district at Marina Bay. The new property development is designed for companies to take advantage of highly efficient office spaces and offer staff a desirable work-play-live lifestyle

iluma building
Design: WOHA Architects
iluma building design by Singapore Architects office
photograph : Patrick Bingham-Hall
iluma Singapore
Bugis+, formerly as Iluma, is a 10 storey shopping mall, known for its nighttime lighting display. Iluma is an entertainment and retail development, located at the famous Bugis Street area in Singapore, now a designated arts, education and entertainment district. The design contrasts a rectilinear block against a curvaceous sculpted form.

Singapore University of Technology and Design
Design: UNStudio
Singapore University of Technology and Design
picture : UNStudio
SUTD Building
With this campus the architects wanted to emphasise interactivity and connection by finding ways to bring people together in shared spaces. To this end, faculties within the SUTD campus are not housed within individual buildings, but distributed and overlapped through various connecting blocks.

Nassim Villas
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
Nassim Villas design
picture from architects
Nassim Villas

Botannia
Design: MKPL Architects
Botannia

Singapore Building Photos : images of recent buildings

Singapore Buildings

Singapore Building Designs

World Architects

Office Buildings

Japanese Architects

Additions for the Singapore Architect Studios page welcome