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  • KICOT GOES TOSINGAPORE!STUDI EKSKURSIARSITEKTUR 2012BUKLET DESTINASI

  • HALO BEKICOT 2012 :)SUDAH SIAP UNTUK SE?

    INI DESTINASI YANG BISA KAMU PILIH :)

  • HALO BEKICOT 2012 :)SUDAH SIAP UNTUK SE?

    INI DESTINASI YANG BISA KAMU PILIH :)

  • ASIAN & EUROPEANARCHITECTURE

  • ASIAN & EUROPEANARCHITECTURE

    Supremely habitable tropical houses in Singapore and Malaysia (a huge colonial bungalow)

    China TownBuddha Tooth Relic TempleJamae MosqueDON'T MISS !

    Black & White

    Bungalow

  • Bugis Street

    The largest street-shopping lo-cation inSingapore

    DON'T MISS !Traditional Shophouses ArchitectureBugis Street, Bugis SquareBugis Junction, Bugis Vil-

    lageKwan Im Tong Hood Cho Temple Sri Krishnan Indian Temple

    City Hall

    National monument gazetted on 14 February 1992. It was designed and built by the architects of the munic-ipal government, A. Gordans and F. D. Meadows from

  • ARCH POINT

    Kampong Glam was once the seat of the old Malay royalty in Singapore and has been a Malay-Mus-lim quarter since the

    early 1800s.

    DON'T MISS !

    Istana Kampong Glam & Sultan MosqueTraditional shophouses architecture

    ARCH POINTUrban Development Authority gazetted Kampong Glam as a

    conservation area and most of the original architecture has now been

    restored

    Koon Seng Road Townhouses

    The most beautiful yet oldest buildings in Singapore. Elegant picturesque 2 to 3 storey shop-houses, terrace houses and homes that features Malaccan-style Per-anakan architecture are seen along the length of the road. Built close to a hun-dred year ago in the

    1920s.

    KampongGlam

    Conservation District byUrban Redevelopment

    Authority

  • LittleIndia

    Singapore's foremost Indian enclave

    Old Parliament House

    Traditional Shophouses ArchitectureSri Veeramakaliamman Temple

    Sri Srinivasa Perumal Tem-pleSri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple

    DON'T MISS !

    A grandiose Victorian house, ringed with white-washed fencing, it was designed and built by

    Singapore's pre-eminent colonial architect, the Irishman George Drumgould Coleman in 1827, for

    Scottish merchant John Maxwell

    ARCH POINT

  • LittleIndia Padang

    SingaporeArt

    Museum

    Vantage point to admire architecture

    of Singapore;City Hall, The Old

    Supreme Court Build-ing, Supreme Court and the Old Parlia-ment House, Singa-pore Cricket Club (SCC), Singapore

    Recreational Club

    SAM is home to the world's largest public collection of modern and contemporary South-east Asian artworks, with a growing collec-tion of international contemporary art.

    DON'T MISS !7-m-high Swarovski crystal chandelier at the Museum main entrance

  • Sri Mariamman Temple

    Singapore's oldest Hindu temple

    The oldest and most important Fukien/Hoklo tem-ple in Singapore

    The majestic gopuram (gate tower), which is covered with figurative sculptures of gods and goddesses and mythological beasts. (Dravidian

    Architecture Style)ARCH POINT

    Been built in traditional southern Chinese ar-chitectural style, with stone, tiles and wood, dragons and phoenixes, detailed carvings, in-tricate sculptures and imposing columns all

    amazingly assembled without nails.ARCH POINT

    ThianHockKengTemple

    LandscapeARCHITECTURE

  • ThianHockKengTemple

    LandscapeARCHITECTURE

    ClarkeQuay

  • historical river-side quay in Sin-gapore, located

    within the Singa-pore River Plan-

    ning Area

    ARCH POINT

    Sentosa Island

    2011 Asia Pacific Property Awards: Leisure Architecture (Highly Commended)2010 Cityscape Awards - Architecture Emerg-ing Markets: Leisure Built (Highly Commended)2010 Cityscape Awards - Architecture Emerg-ing Markets: Tourism, Travel & Transport Built (Highly Commended)2009 BCA Green Mark for Districts (Gold Plus)

    Sentosa jointly ex-hibits large open spaces & performance venues, an immense ETFE-covered food and beverage zone, a retail promenade and the intimate, immedi-ate relationships of the waterfront and lush landscape

    Awards

    ClarkeQuay

  • Awards

    Garden by The BayLandscape Institute Awards 2013Fellows' Award for Climate Change AdaptationDesign for a Large Scale Public DevelopmentThe Land-

    scape Institute

    Lamp Lighting Solutions Awards 2013Urban and Landscape LightingLamp Lighting

    WAN Awards 2013Landscape AwardWorld Archi-tecture News

    LIAS Awards of Excellence 2013Landscape In-dustry Association (Singapore)

    The Architectural Review MIPIM Future Project Awards 2009Commendation Award for Regener-ation and MasterplanningThe Architectural

    Review & MIPIM

  • MODERNARCHITECTURE

    SuntecCity

  • MODERNARCHITECTURE

    SuntecCity

    VivoCity

    Designed by Tsao & McKown Archi-tects. The five buildings and the convention center are arranged so that they look like a left hand when viewed aerially. The Fountain of Wealth appears like a golden ring in the palm of the hand. As the fountain is made of bronze, it is believed that the balance of metal and water paves the way for suc-cess.

    The Fountain of Wealth is listed by the Guinness Book of Records in 1998 as the largest fountain in the world. The shopping and office district was constructed in accordance to Feng Shui principles

    The Fountain of Wealth

    ARCH POINTDON'T MISS !

    The design focuses on the utilisation of nature, climate and open spaces.It was inspired by the harbour front location of the development, which evokes images of waves in the sea. Each space leads intuitively into the next, creating an enjoyable shopping experience.

    ARCH POINT

    MerlionPark

  • The view of Marina Bay Sands, OCBC, Singapore Flyer, and Esplanade Building Complex DON'T MISS !

    OCBCCenter

    The building has been nicknamed the calculator due to its flat shape and windows which look like button pads.

    It is designed to be a symbol of strength and permanence, and its structure consists of two semi-circular reinforced concrete cores as well as three lateral girders which helped made construction faster

    ARCH POINT

  • OUBCentre

    Triangular structures, steel frame, eight-storey cutaway, and changing colour along with the light it reflects.

    UOB Plaza One

    United Overseas Bank Plaza is a complex with twin tower late-mod-ernist skyscrapers in the city of Sin-gapore. UOB Plaza One is one of the three tallest in the city, sharing the title with the OUB Centre and Republic Plaza

    Octagonal base with square finish (square blocks nested 45 degrees to one another form-ing the upper part of the tower).

    ARCH POINT

    ARCH POINT

    Gateway

  • BishanPublic

    Library

    Skylights, Trellises and Coloured glass.

    The metaphor of a tree house was invoked in the design conceptualisation to create an en-vironment for learning via a journey of discov-ery and play.

    Design of The Year by PRESIDENT'S DESIGN AWARD 2007

    ARCH POINT

    Awards

    One of IM Pei's most distinctive, yet oddly un-heralded, buildings anywhere in the world. From certain angles, the sharply cut angles render the two towers into a startling two-dimension-al plane.

    ARCH POINT

  • Awards

    Church of St Mary of the AngelsWOHA Architects designed the church with sev-eral themes; Church in the round, community, clustered buildings, tropial climate, and open space

    Design of the Year by President's Design Award 2006

    Honourable Mention by The Kenneth F. Brown Asia Pacific Culture and Architecture Design

    Award 2007International Prize Dedalo Minosse for Commis-

    sioning a Building 2004, ItalyInstitutional Project & Interior Design by 7th

    SIA Architectural Design Awards 2003

    Awards

  • POST MODERNHIGH TECHARCHITECTURE

    MarinaBay

    Sands

  • POST MODERNHIGH TECHARCHITECTURE

    MarinaBay

    Sands

    ScienceArt

    Museum

    Marina Bay Sands is an integrated resort fronting Ma-rina Bay inSingapore. The icon-ic design has trans-formed Singapore's skyline and tourismlandscape since it opened on 27 April 2010.

    Awards ARCH POINT DON'T MISS !The world's largest pub-lic cantilever housing an

    observation deckThe 11 art installations

    integratewith Moshe Safdie's iconic

    architecture

    Sky ParkMarina Bay Sands Art

    Path

    Green Mark Gold Award

    Referred to as "The Welcoming Hand ofSingapore" by Las Vegas Sands chair-manSheldon Adelson, the ArtScience Mu-seum isanchored by a round base in the middle, withten extensions re-ferred to as "fin-gersARCH POINT

    Rainwater is harvested and channelled down the center of thebuilding, flowing through its bowl-shaped roof into a reflecting pond at the lowest level of the building. The rainwater is then recycled for use in the building's restrooms

  • DoubleHelix

    Bridge

    Double Helix Bridge, is a pedestrian bridgeLinking Marina Centre with Marina South in theMarina Bay area in Singapore

    Awards

    ARCH POINT

    World's Best Transport Building from World Architecture

    FestivalBCA Design and Engineering

    Safety Excellence Awards in 2011

    World's first double helix structure

    Esplanade

    Esplanade The-atres on the Bay is a waterside building located on six hectares of water-front land along-side Marina Bay near the mouth of the Sin-gapore River, pur-pose-built to be the centre for performing arts for the island na-tion of Singapore

    ARCH POINT

    The unique architectural design has been said to have an appearance similar to either a durian (a tropical frui