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Kay Ngee Tan

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Kay Ngee Tan Architects

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Kay Ngee Tan Architects

Istanbul,

Turkey

Company Description

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Background Information

Employment History

Architect ( Project Studio Master

DesignSingapore Council


Principal

KNTA


Designer of the Theme Joint, the Designer

Singapore Pavilion


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RM Asia Pacific Pty Ltd » News

www.rmglobal.com.au [cached]

Also on hand to witness the signing ceremony were Mr Ade Seohari, Chairman of Funtasy Island Development Pte Ltd, and Mr Kay Ngee Tan, Chief Architect of globally acclaimed Kay Ngee Tan Architects who were behind the design of Funtasy Island.


www.asiadesignforum.org

Kay Ngee Tan graduated from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London in 1984, then went on to win the RIBA Students Competition in 1985 and the London Royal Academy Young Designer Award in 1987.
He established Kay Ngee Tan Architects first in London in 1990, and subsequently in Singapore. In 2000, he won (together with ECA of London) the competition to design and build the Singapore Management University. Mr. Tan has worked on projects around the world. He designed one of the 12 villas at the Commune by the Great Wall outside of Beijing and received the Venice Biennale Silver Award in 2002. In 2006, he won the Japan Design Award and the CS Design Award for the Kinokuniya bookstore in Sapporo. In 2007, he received the President's Design Award for the Page One Bookshop at Vivocity, Singapore. His ongoing and completed projects include: the Singapore Pavilion at the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai, villas in the outskirts of Hangzhou, a boutique hotel in the Malay cultural area of Singapore, the headquarters for Bread Talk, apartment buildings in Taipei, and the Buddhist Cultural Museum in Singapore.


President*s Design Award Singapore 2011 - Mok Wei Wei

www.designsingapore.org [cached]

Tan Kay Ngee of Kay Ngee Tan Architects agrees, "I particularly like one of his houses (Morley Road House).


Urban Visions, Urban Strategies | Mcgraw-Hill Construction Events

construction.com [cached]

Kay Ngee Tan
Chief Architect of Singaporean Pavilion, Founder, Kay Ngee Tan Architects Kay Ngee Tan Kay Ngee Tan Architects


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Tan Kay Ngee, Founder, Kay Ngee Tan Architects, Singapore
Tan Kay Ngee is the founder of Kay Ngee Tan Architects, which was first established in London in 1990. He graduated from the Architectural Association in London, and had taught at the Barlett School of Architecture. Over the years, Tan had won many prestigious awards around the globe. In 1985, he won the first prize in the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). In 1987, he won the Royal Academy Young Designers Awards. In 1995, he won the Singapore Institute of Architects Design Awards. In 2002, he won the Silver Award (Group) in the Venice Biennale for Commune by the Great Wall, a critically acclaimed mixed residential and commercial development in Beijing. In 2007, he won the Design of the Year for the President's Design Award. His body of work extends to different scopes in many countries, ranging from Japan to London, Istanbul to Singapore. He also writes a regular column for Singapore's Lianhe Zaobao.


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