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Platinum

Our Tampines Hub

Non-Residential (New) Category (UD Mark V1.0)

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Owner : People's Association
Architect : DP Architects Pte Ltd

Project Details

Our Tampines Hub is Singapore’s first-ever integrated community and lifestyle hub that brings together multiple agencies to offer a comprehensive and diverse range of services, programmes and facilities that encourages different generations to interact and bond while engaging in a variety of activities.

Key Features

  • Residents can enjoy a wide range of sporting, cultural and learning activities as a family, connect with their friends and neighbour and run their errands. The Hub has a variety of sports facilities, a regional library, countless community club programmes and amenities, arts programmes and facilities, a hawker centre and retail shops that are accessible to all users.
  • Residents can make use of the hub’s six different swimming pools catering to families and athletes, the largest all-inclusive playground on level 2 that is specially designed to allow children of all ages and abilities to have a great play time. The elevated jogging track on level 5 hosts a great environment for runners to run rain or shine, it is open daily and comes with locker and shower facilitates.
  • At Level 1, the freely accessible central gathering space called Festival Walk attracts the public to this meeting place that includes a Hawker Centre and seating areas. The central sports field is also freely accessible after sporting events.
  • The Public Service Centre is the first centre in Singapore to boast 7 key agencies under one roof; PA, North East CDC, HDB, Workforce Singapore, MSF, Active SG and NLB. It includes a 24 hour eLobby to access core services online.
  • Those with a green thumb can also try their hand at the eco-community garden with planters at varying heights and accessible to elderly and wheelchair users.
  • The project was conceptualised with input from 15,000 Tampines residents. From the ideas to the realisation, residents have been involved in the process and consulted as the intent was to build a hub that is designed by residents, for residents.

GoldPLUS

Downtown East

Downtown East

Non-Residential (New) Category (UD Mark V1.0)

Owner : NTUC Club
Architect : DP Architects Pte Ltd

Project Details

Managed by NTUC Club, Downtown East is a redevelopment integrating numerous functions and activities that cater to a wide spectrum of users and offer flexibility in usage. The facilities include: (i) Chalets, (ii) Resorts (hotels), (iii) Water theme parks, (iv) Shopping Malls, (v) E! Hub and (vi) a variety of indoor and outdoor event spaces.

Key Features

  • Each zonal development is clearly identifiable, well-connected and seamlessly integrated.
  • Facilities are children and family-friendly. The resort provides varying accommodation types catering to a wide demographic of guests from singles to multi-generations/multi-families’ retreats.
  • Accessible and elder-friendly sanitary facilities are conveniently placed and are within close reach when required.

National Centre for Infectious Diseases and Ng Teng Fong Centre for Healthcare Innovation

Non-Residential (New) Category
National Centre for Infectious Diseases and Ng Teng Fong Centre for Healthcare Innovation

Owner : Ministry of Health
Architect : CPG Consultants Pte Ltd

Project Details

National Centre for Infectious Disease and Ng Teng Fong Centre for Healthcare Innovation development comprises 2 building blocks sharing a 3-storey podium over 4 levels of basements located at the centre of the HealthCity Novena. NCID is a redevelopment of the Communicable Disease Centre as centre for infectious diseases with healthcare facilities established to respond to infectious diseases outbreaks.  CHI is a building with offices and training facilities for healthcare profession and innovation.

Key Features

  • NCID is strategically located further from the neighbouring condominiums with CHI acting as a screen to provide privacy for both residents and patients
  • Seamless and separated connectivity through different link bridges and basements is provided for different users to maintain the required security and separation
  • Different colours are assigned to the blocks in HealthCity Novena. With a distinctive colour for each block, users are able to identify and find their way beyond Tan Tock Seng Hospital
  • CHI provides family-friendly features extensively in the tower. All accessible toilets are combined with family toilet.
  • Stage-less auditorium with removable front-row seats eliminates the barrier between audience and the stage, providing an equitable experience for all users.

CGH Medical Centre

Non-Residential (New) Category (UD Mark V1.0)

CGH Medical Centre

 

Owner : Ministry of Health
Architect : RDC Architects Pte Ltd

Project Details

CGH Medical Centre, a 9-storey development comprising of a 5 storey podium block with specialist outpatient clinics and a 4-storey administrative office tower, is part of the overall Changi General Hospital Campus comprising the existing Changi General Hospital Main Building, the Integrated Building and the St Andrew’s Community Hospital.

Key Features

  • Seamless connectivity to the other parts of the campus is achieved with accessible covered linkways from the public bus-stop to the shared canopy with CGH Main Building on ground level. Link-bridges connect the new building to existing CGH at Level 2, 3 and 4 for ease of patients transfer amongst the 3 buildings
  • The design is Patient Centric where its planning ensures ease of travel to, within and between clinics for users through intuitive way finding and effectively aligned clinic adjacencies. It allows for stress-free and integrated care environment for all users - patients, visitors, care-workers or the general public. 
  • The design takes into account the dynamism of demand and the probability of future use/changes in clinical requirements in a hospital with modular/standardised layout to achieve adaptability. 
  • Various pockets of landscape spaces are created to promote conducive environments as well as offering outdoor respite to patients and gathering spaces for visitors. 

Coco Palms

Residential (New) Category (UD Mark V1.0 - New)
Coco Palms

Owner : City Developments Limited, Hong Realty (Pte) Ltd and Hong Leong Holdings Ltd
Architect : Axis Architects Planners Pte Ltd

Project Details

Coco Palms is a private residential development comprising 944 units and 12 blocks located at Pasir Ris. It is designed with a resort theme where it provides wellness, relaxation & fun to the needs of the residents.

Key Features

  • Beach-like entry into the swimming pool allows all users to enter the pool with ease
  • Its sunken lounge is a unique place to relax and socialise while being surrounded by water and it is accessible to all users including wheelchair users.
  • Eco farm, an indoor vegetable and gardening facility, is equipped with planting trays at various heights to cater to all users
  • To promote multi-generation living, Coco Palms offers dual-key units – a combination of 2-bedroom unit with a Studio unit. Innovative storage space on the floor is also created to accommodate extra bedding & luggage without taking up additional space within the room.

Heartbeat @ Bedok

Non-Residential (New) Category
Heartbeat @ Bedok

Owner : People’s Association
Architect : ONG&ONG Pte. Ltd

Project Details

Heartbeat @ Bedok is an integrated mixed-use development that provides various facilities and programmes for different generations to interact within a building.

Key Features

  • The 24-hour thoroughfare provides a covered and accessible linkage is well-connected from all corners in to development
  • Residents can enjoy a wide range of programmes for all ages including a child care centre, senior care centre, library, polyclinic, community club, retail shops and multiple sports facilities under one roof
  • Developed on an existing park, the building is thoughtfully designed so that the residents at adjacent HDB blocks can still enjoy the wind and the green

Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre 

Non-Residential (New) Category
Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre

Owner : National Environment Agency
Architect : CPG Consultants Pte Ltd

Project Details

Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre is a 4 storey building with hawker centre located at levels 1 and 2 and carparks at levels 3 and 4.  The development is located at Pasir Ris Central.

Key Features

  • Well connected and easily accessible to surrounding amenities and buildings like Pasir Ris Sports Recreation Centre
  • Spatial designs are ‘people- centered’ to address concerns of a diverse range of users
  • Flexible spaces for community activities and events
  • Centrally located family toilets with lactation room and toilet clusters
  • Dining tables and seats arrangements cater to families 
  • Signage is large and easily identifiable
  • An outdoor children playground is near by

Ang Mo Kio Polyclinic  

(Non-Residential (New) Category)
Ang Mo Kio Polyclinic

Owner : Ministry Of Health
Architect : Surbana Jurong Consultants Pte Ltd

Project Details

Ang Mo Kio Polyclinic is a 6-storey development comprising of polyclinic and senior care centre with 1 basement carpark.

Key Features

  • Community Plaza at the ground floor is designed with seats located amidst lush greenery that are suitable and friendly for everyone including children, elderly and wheelchair-users. This space is designed to allow for flexible usage, enabling events and activities such as communal exercises to be held as part of community engagement within the neighbourhood.
  • Ambience at the Children’s Clinic is designed to be warm, lively and non-clinical to ease the children’s anxiety and fear of medical consultation. Specially designed baby couches and play areas within the Consultation rooms are also introduced to facilitate ease of health examination and to inject some fun. Corridors are also designed to be wider enabling easy passage of baby prams within the Children’s Clinic. 
  • Spatial planning design is patient-centric driven, minimising travelling distances for users by locating consultation rooms in team-based clusters with close proximity to other services. This greatly improves the patient’s overall user-experience as they can be served with all necessary services, thereby minimising the need to move around the polyclinic. 
  • The Polyclinic is designed with a linear layout to support easy navigation by the patients, aided with large distinct motifs and colour-themed floor levels further easing way-finding especially for the elderly. 
  • Centred on providing convenience for patients, one of the Dental Treatment Rooms is designed to be larger and wider in size to facilitate the use of a wheelchair tilter machine. With this, wheelchair users can receive dental treatment without needing to be transferred onto a dental chair.
  • Pneumatic tube system integrated with the design of the Clinic on the ground floor, allows patients who are frail or with limited mobility to have their blood drawn directly at the Clinic and sent up to the laboratory instead of having to travel up to Level 3 for blood tests. This provides convenience as these patients need not travel to have their blood tests taken.

West Rock @ Bukit Batok and Park

Residential (New) Category
West Rock @ Bukit Batok and Park

Owner : Housing & Development Board
Architect : ONG&ONG Pte Ltd

Project Details

West Rock @ Bukit Batok and Park comprises of 2 blocks of 15 storey and 2 blocks of 16 storey residential buildings, 1 block of 6 storey multi storey car park, precinct pavilion, community facilities and 1 number of ESS & Park at Bukit Batok West Avenue 8.

Key Features

  • At the planning level, the Housing & Development Board (HDB) had been working with the Ministry of Health (MOH) on the co-location of public housing developments with new nursing homes, with the objective of achieving a seamless interfacing and connection between the developments. 
  • HDB intentionally sited the park adjacent to and wrapping around the nursing home site so that residents of both the West Rock @ Bukit Batok and the future nursing home can enjoy the greenery it provides.  HDB purposefully clustered the 3-Generation playground (i.e. elderly and adult fitness stations and children's playground) near the boundary of the future nursing home (which only commenced design when West Rock was under construction) to create synergy of usage and support ageing in the community.
  • Provision of properly-oriented signage, distinct wayfinding strategy marked out in yellow pebble wash (which is part of the overall colour palette) and accessible pathways.
  • 3-Generation Playgrounds are provided in the precinct and in the park.  They co-locate a children's playground with elderly and adult fitness stations.  Adults can keep an eye on their children and grandchildren while exercising.  It also encourages inter-generational bonding amongst residents of all ages.
  • 3Gen Flats are provided in this development.  These flats are designed to meet the needs of multi-generational families who want to live together for mutual care and support.  3Gen flats have 4 bedrooms (of which 2 have attached bathrooms) and 3 bathrooms (2 ensuite and 1 common), to facilitate elderly parents living with their married children and family.

Academic & Workshop Block BCA Academy

Non-Residential (New) Category (UD Mark V1.0 - New)
Academic & Workshop Block BCA Academy

Owner : Building and Construction Authority
Architect : RSP Architects Planner & Engineers Pte Ltd

Project Details

The Academic Tower is a new extension built to provide an experiential learning space to drive Singapore’s green building agenda.  

Key Features

  • Some of the experiential features include the world’s first high-rise rotatable laboratory for the tropics, a rooftop education deck with a functional energy efficient chiller plant and green lab to demonstrate how a building “breathes” and functions.
  • Improved accessibility between existing buildings by creating direct links and seamless routes for teachers, students & office workers via additional linkways and new link-bridges.
  • Created UD education opportunities with life-sized graphics on the walls, staircases, lifts and floors at 1st and 6th Storey to demonstrate accessible requirements. There is also a planned 'UD Tour' visitor route for visitors to learn about UD features.

Highline Residences

Residential (New) Category (UD Mark V1.0 - New)
Highline Residences

Owner : Harvestland Development Pte Ltd
Architect : W Architects Pte Ltd

Project Details

Located at Tiong Bahru, Highline Residences is a private residential development comprising 3 towers and a row of low-rise apartments. It creates a built environment that will enhance the living conditions of users with an emphasis on user-friendliness, accessibility, connectivity and safety.

Key Features

  • The landscaped green deck located at the roof level of the low-rise block is integrated with a variety of communal facilities and it provides a seamless connection from the tower blocks.
  • Roof-top urban farm is available for use by all residents; and the planter beds are accessible to wheelchair users.
  • Highline Residences provides function rooms equipped with dining, kitchen and bedroom for residents to socialise while enjoying the scenic view of the city at the highest floor.
  • To promote multi-generation living, dual-key units are provided with private lifts. These units are also provided with high ceiling to cater for flexibility to create loft spaces.

Marina One

Mixed Development (New) Category (UD Mark V1.0 - New)
Marina One

Owner : M + S Pte Ltd
Architect : Architects 61 Pte Ltd

Project Details

Located at Straits View / Marina Way, Marina One is a mixed development comprising 2 blocks of 30-storey office spaces and 2 blocks of 34 storey residential (1042) units connected seamlessly by a 3-storey commercial podium and 4 levels of basement car parks with underground pedestrian shopping malls.  The development introduces lush greenery (65,000ft2) for the enjoyment of users, and act as a green lung to mitigate the harsh urban environment of the CBD.

Key Features

  • The design of the ground floor provides numerous activity generating uses and spaces, where – (i) “green heart” in the centre of the development extends up into the entry lobbies of the commercial towers; (ii) public terraces, outdoor seating accommodations, water feature and green gardens offer a natural mix of people that extends from the retail on street level to the lobbies on level 2 and 3.   This sets the scene for a truly diversified living in the Marina One Development, thus supporting social integration.
  • The ‘wrapping around’ the façade of commercial units with greeneries allows natural daylight to filter into the building blocks and reduces direct sunlight.   This creates a strategy to support conducive working environment to all users.
  • Digital directories are prominently located at strategic corners and at bottom of escalators, with clear directional signs pointing to facilities prominently displayed along corridors and paths.
  • The compact design allowed for seamless connectivity to public transports.


Gold

Yishun Polyclinic

Non-Residential (New) Category
Yishun Polyclinic

Owner : Ministry of Health
Architect : RDC Architects Pte Ltd

Project Details

Yishun Polyclinic is a 7 storey cum 1 basement carpark development that comprises the polyclinic and a co-located senior care centre.

Key Features

  • The spatial planning is patient-centric driven, minimising travelling distances for persons with limited mobility by locating the consultation services such as senior care centre on the ground floor.
  • Colour codes and themes ease way finding.


Yishun Central Hawker Centre

(Non-Residential (New) Category)
Yishun Central Hawker Centre

Owner : National Environment Agency
Architect : Context Architects Pte Ltd

Project Details

Yishun Central Hawker Centre consists of one storey of hawker centre space with 2 storeys of car parks located at Yishun Avenue 11

Key Features

  • This is one of the earlier hawker centres piloting the provision of “family areas”, where, (i) 10-seater round tables are provided adjacent to a children playground within the hawker centre, and (ii) movable seats / tables are provided so that the spaces can be converted into event spaces for small community events.
  • It also pilots the purchase of food through the use of cashless QR Code.
  • Seamless connectivity to adjacent developments.
  • To encourage cycling, the hawker centre also provides bicycle parking stations located at corners nearer to traffic junctions and where steps could not be avoided, a demarcated ‘bicycle ramp’.


Pioneer Polyclinic

Non-Residential (New) Category
Pioneer Polyclinic

Owner : Ministry of Health
Architect : JGP Architecture (S) Pte Ltd

Project Details

Located in Jurong West, Pioneer Polyclinic is a single 7 storey building with a basement carpark.

Key Features

  • This is one of the earlier pilot projects by MOHH for “Teamlet consultations” such that the elderly patient will continue to be treated by the same professional team of doctor(s) and nurses when they visit the clinic.
  • Catering to the community, and particularly the adjacent Jurong West Primary School, a 4m wide shared sheltered walkway is provided at the periphery of the polyclinic to shelter students as well as residents approaching both developments.
  • To support eventual future growth in demand of healthcare services, half of the 6th storey is able to convert into modules to hold consultation facilities.


Raffles Specialists Centre

Non-Residential (New) Category (UD Mark V1.0)
Raffles Specialists Centre

Owner : Raffles Hospital Properties Pte Ltd
Architect : Swan & Maclaren Architects Pte Ltd

Project Details

Raffles Specialists Centre is a 20-storey building with 2 basement carparks built in extension to the existing Raffles Hospital at Victoria Street / North Bridge Road.

Key Features

  • The existing hospital and the new extension are seamlessly connected at all floors to integrate operations for optimal patient flow. Where there is a level difference, gentle ramps are provided.
  • Family and child friendly provisions are located at appropriate areas.
  • Lush landscape at level 17 deck allows staff to relax and have their meals away from the buzzing crowd. Yoga and other exercise activities are held here in the evenings. At the roof deck, there is a multipurpose court for tennis, basketball and other activities.
  • Information counter at first level is accessible to wheelchair users. Where required, wheelchairs can be rented for use by elderly patients.


Trilive

Residential (New) Category (UD Mark V1.0)
Trilive

Owner : RH Tampines Pte Ltd
Architect : Kyoob Architects Pte Ltd

Project Details

Trilive, a private residential development with 3 blocks of 222 residential apartments, is an aged-friendly home for residents to grow old gracefully together with their families.

Key Features

  • The name represents the notions of 3 generations living together under one roof. The development is thoughtfully designed with a range of resort style communal facilities and spaces that caters to multi-generations.
  • Centred on promoting multi-generation living, Trilive offers a wide myriad unit types, ranging from 1 bedroom units suitable for young professionals and couples, 4-bedroom units for larger families and dual key units that are ideal for multi-generation living by integrating age-friendly suites with other unit types. Every unit is thoughtfully designed to optimize the use of space and layout that supports various residents’ lifestyle needs.
  • Elderly-friendly provisions such as emergency call system at bedroom and bathroom linked to designated telephone numbers are provided in the development.


The Visionaire

Residential (New) Category The Visionaire

Owner : QingJian Realty (Sembawang) Pte Ltd
Architect : Surbana Jurong Consultants Pte Ltd

Project Details

The Visionaire is an executive condominium development comprising 16 blocks of 9/11 storey buildings with basement car park, club house, tennis court, swimming pool and some commercial facilities at Sembawang Road / Canberra Link.

Key Features

  • One of the first EC designed for families living in the smart digital age. Residents can opt for smart home package which allows them to operate the smart devices remotely via their smart phones, thus enhancing convenience.
  • Colour-coded car park allows visitors who drive, to locate the destined blocks easily.
  • Prefabricated Bathroom Units (PBUs) have incorporated reinforced plates for residents to install grab bar when the need arises.
  • Overall development is well executed


Jurong West Hawker Centre

Non-Residential (New) Category Jurong West Hawker Centre

Owner : National Environment Agency
Architect : CSYA Pte Ltd

Project Details

Jurong West Market and Hawker Centre consists of two storeys of market / hawker centre with 2 storeys of car parks (basement and 1st storey) located at Jurong West Street 61.

Key Features

  • Strategically located central core and colour coded staircase core enhances the ease of identification and circulation.
  • Voids at the central core facilitates wind flow through the building.
  • Connectivity to nearby building block are maintained through integrating existing covered linkways.
  • Equitable access is achieved through the provision of wheelchair parking space and child-friendly seats at the tables.
  • Family Room is introduced and centrally located to allow ease of access.
  • Tray return and handwashing zones are strategically located.


One North @ Mediapolis

Parks and Public Spaces (New) Category One North @ Mediapolis

Owner : National Parks Board
Architect : CPG Consultants Pte Ltd

Project Details

Located next to Mediapolis, this 2.2hectare park consists of a street level garden of 0.4 hectare and an elevated park of 1.8 hectare above JTC’s car park and warehouse facilities.

Key Features

  • Space planning integrated with Mediapolis to allow spill over use of park facilities for events.
  • Provision of therapeutic spaces through landscape planning by overcoming structural constraint to have bigger trees to be planted above a car park structure with different landform design and street level garden connects the elevated rooftop park (above the car park) with vertical greenery and accessible garden plots.


Mixed-Use Development at Ophir-Rochor

DUO Residences (Residential)
DUO Tower and DUO Galleria (Commercial)
DUO Hotel (Andaz Singapore)
Residential (New) Category (UD Mark V1.0-New)
 Mixed-Use Development at Ophir-Rochor
Owner : M + S Pte Ltd
Architect : DP Architects Pte Ltd

Project Details

DUO is a mixed development of a Retail floor, 39-Storey Office & Hotel Tower and 49-Storey Residential Tower with 3 Levels of Basement Carparks.

Key Features

  • The development’s distinctive high-rise towers and welcoming podiums create iconic architectural form that aid good way finding. The key focal point of DUO would be the 1st-storey central plaza that is generated from the tower & podium forms and a triple-height through-block link that winds through the podium to connect the 2 towers. This public 24hrs through-block-link has easy access to a range of facilities and to covered link ways with clear directional signage. Artworks are provided in key areas of the development to be used as visual references.
  • The design provided multiple levels of landscape terraces and roof gardens, and created a lush tropical environment against the existing urban setting for the comfort and conveniences of the public and private users. Landscaped areas are provided to enhance the quality of life in our urban areas by providing spaces of relief and greenery closer to users. The landscape areas create a distinctive image of the city in the tropical climate through extensive greenery at the ground, sky terraces and observation deck.
  • Provision of seamless connection to the adjacent Bugis MRT station, bus stop along Beach Road and the adjacent developments for the public as well as the residents. The Developer has provided a walkway that would allow users to access the bus stop and the MRT station as they go about their daily activities. DUO has an integrated connection with the adjacent MRT Bugis Station through an Underground Pedestian Network (UPN). With a bus stop situated along Beach Road it was a natural consideration to create connectivity from the development to these infrastructures to benefit both the public and the residents.


The Glades

Residential (New) Category (UD Mark V1.0 – New) The Glades

Owner : China Vanke & Keppel Land JV
Architect : P & T Consultants Pte Ltd

Project Details

The Glades is a vast private residential development, comprising of 726 units in 9 residential blocks. Inspired by nature and green habitat, the development is thoughtfully designed with recreational spaces and intimate pockets of spaces strung by meandering pathways among the lush landscaping.

Key Features

  • To mitigate the undulating terrain, a tiered landscape deck is created to provide an expansive pedestrian network above the basement car park, connecting to various communal facilities seamlessly.
  • Sky Terrace at one of residential building blocks are filled with thriving greenery and ample seating areas. Such communal spaces within the building encourage greater social integration of the residents.
  • Centred on promoting multi-generational living, The Glades has a wide range of 1 to 4-bedroom and dual key units. Every unit is thoughtfully designed to optimize the use of space and layout that supports users’ lifestyle needs.


Buangkok ParkVista

Residential (New) Category
Buangkok ParkVista

Owner : Housing & Development Board
Architect : ADDP Architects LLP

Project Details

Buangkok ParkVista comprises 2 blocks. of 16/17-storey and one block of 17/18-storey BTO residential flats, one block of 18-storey rental flat; one 2-storey Social Community Building (SCF Bldg) consist of an Education Centre, a Senior Activity Centre and a Precinct Pavilion; and a 5/6-storey multi-storey car park(MSCP).

Key Features

  • The whole precinct is well connected and sheltered. Sheltered connection extended to the nearest bus stop.
  • The precinct has provisions for childcare / child education centre and for elder care centre. A sheltered ‘tree-house’ structure connects the education centre to the dwelling blocks and multi-storey car parks, making it safe and convenient for parents and children.
  • Designer swings are found at each void deck, with ample seats serving as community spaces.
  • Gentle gradient ramps are placed to mitigate any changes in level.

Raffles Holland V

Non-Residential (New) Category (UD Mark V1.0)
Raffles Holland V

Owner : Asian Healthcare Capital Management Pte Ltd
Architect : Swan & Maclaren Architects Pte Ltd

Project Details

Raffles Holland V is a 5-storey commercial building with 3 basements, where shops, banks and medical clinics are located from basement to level 5 and carpark at basement 2 and 3. The building is located at Taman Warna.

Key Features

  • Floor patterns, ceiling patterns, amenities sign and directory maps at each level make wayfinding easy.
  • Open roof deck with landscape located next to staff lounge provided for staff to relax. Aerobics classes are held every Thursday evening for staff.
  • Family-friendly facilities are located at basement 1, nearer the supermarket that sells organic food.
  • Covered walkway to nearest MRT station.

UD Mark (Design) Award

UD Mark | GoldPLUS (Design)

Project Category Project Team
Whistler Grand (West Coast Vale) Residential (New) (UD Mark V2.0)

Owner/Developer

CDL Pegasus Pte Ltd

Architect

ADDP ArchitectsLLP

City Gateway Non-Residential (New) (UD Mark V2.0)

Owner/Developer

Gardens by the Bay

Architect

JGP Architecture (S) Pte Ltd

Kallang Polyclinic and Long Term Service Care
Non-Residential (New) (UD Mark V2.0)

Owner/Developer

Ministry of Health

Architect

RDC Architects Pte Ltd

Oasis Terraces Non-Residential (New) (UD Mark V2.0)

Owner/Developer

Housing & Development Board

Architect

Multiply Architects LLP

RTS Link Woodlands North Station Non-Residential (New) (UD Mark V2.0)

Owner/Developer

Land Transport Authority

Architect

SAA Architects Pte Ltd

CPG Consultants Pte Ltd

Piermont Grand Residential (New) (UD Mark V2.0)

Owner/Developer

PAVO Properties Pte Ltd

Architect

P&T ConsultantsPte Ltd

National Orchid Garden
Parks and Public Spaces (New) (UD Mark V2.0)

Owner/Developer

National Parks Board

Architect

CPG Consultants Pte Ltd

Forest Woods
Residential (New) (UD Mark V2.0)

Owner/Developer

Serangoon Green Pte Ltd

Architect

DCA Architects Pte Ltd

SGH Emergency Medicine Building
Non-Residential (New) (UD Mark V2.0)

Owner/Developer

Ministry of Health

Architect

RDC ArchitectsPte Ltd

Fourth Avenue Residences
Residential (New) (UD Mark V2.0)

Owner/Developer

Allgreen Properties Limited

Architect

RSP Architects Planners & Engineers (Pte) Ltd

UD Mark | Gold (Design)

Project Category Project Team
iNz Residence Residential (New) (UD Mark V2.0)

Owner/Developer

Qingjian Realty (Choa Chu Kang) Pte Ltd

Architect

ADDP Architects LLP

Development of Hawker Centre at Senja Road
Non-Residential (New) (UD Mark V2.0)

Owner/Developer

National Environment Agency

Architect

Tan + Tsakonas Architects

Sembawang Hot Spring Park
Parks and Public Spaces (New) (UD Mark V2.0)

Owner/Developer

NationalParks Board

Architect

FARMArchitects Pte Ltd

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