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President's Design Award Singapore 2016 - Design of the Year - SkyTerrace @ Dawson
President's Design Award Singapore 2016 - Design of the Year - National Design Centre
SkyTerrace@Dawson BTO project tops HDB Design Awards
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SkyTerrace@Dawson and National Design Centre win Design of the Year at the President's Design Awards, 2016
December 12, 2016
SCDA's work on the National Design Centre and SkyTerrace@Dawson in Singapore were both awarded Design of the Year in their respective categories at the President's Design Awards, 2016.
ArchDaily: Seletar Park Residence by SCDA Architects
November 18, 2016
A meaningful engagement with nature was the driving thought behind the conceptualization of Seletar Park Residence.The interaction of the living spaces with the lush gardens and water courts engenders a sensuous engagement with the elements, resulting in a calming, peaceful environment.
SkyTerrace @ Dawson wins RIBA Award for International Excellence 2016
October 27, 2016
Sky Terrace @ Dawson has won the RIBA Award for International Excellence for 2016.
Sky Terrace is an ambitious new exploration of social housing in Singapore which include goals of 50% cheaper construction than typical private developments, natural ventilation and the creation of units where three generations of the same family can live together.
This project has broken new ground for public housing in Singapore and includes features which when incorporated in future public housing will improve the living environment of the vast majority of Singaporeans.
Dezeen: SkyTerrace @ Dawson listed as one of 30 buildings in contention for new International Prize for Architecture
May 10, 2016
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SkyTerrace @ Dawson by SCDA, led by Soo K. Chan, has been listed as one of 30 buildings in contention for the new RIBA International Prize for Architecture.
SCDA was commissioned by Singapore's Housing Development Boiard (HDB) in 2008 to explore new possibilities in public housing design. The project has won numerous awards, including a Jury Award at the Architizer A+ Awards 2016, the Excellence Award for the Skyrise Greenery Awards 2015, and Best Residential High Rise Architecture for Singapore and Asia Pacific at the Asia Pacific Property Awards 2014 – 2015. RIBA Website Dezeen
Leedon Residence wins Best Luxury Development (Singapore) at Southeast Asia Property Awards 2015
Leedon Residence wins Best Residential Architecture (Singapore) at Southeast Asia Property Awards 2015
Leedon Residence wins Best Condo Development (S.E.A) at Southeast Asia Property Awards 2015
Skyterrace @ Dawson Highly Commended for Public Housing Category, World Architecture Festival 2015
SkyTerrace@Dawson wins 15th SIA Architectural Design Award 2015
Skyterrace @ Dawson wins Singapore Excellence Award for the Skyrise Greenery Awards 2015
National Design Centre Singapore wins International Property Award 2015 for Best Mixed-use Architecture, Asia Pacific
SCDA Named Best Hotel Design Consultant, 2015 Golden Art Award, Asia Pacific Hotel Design Association
ArchDaily: National Design Centre by SCDA Architects
March 28, 2014
Architect Soo K. Chan, recipient of Singapore’s inaugural President’s Design Award, and his firm, SCDA Architects, have recently completed renovations on Singapore’s National Design Centre, a showcase of innovation and encouragement in the possibilities of design. Centrally located in the arts, cultural, learning and entertainment district in the Bras Basah-Bugis area, the National Design Centre will be a nexus for all things design, serving as a lecture hall, space for public exhibitions, and think tank for Singapore’s growing design culture. As Singapore’s primary hub for design, the National Design Centre serves to foster a strong design culture in Singapore and deepen the appreciation of good design through community engagement activities and design showcases. ArchDaily