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
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.
body of work extends to different scopes in many countries, ranging from Japan to London, Istanbul to Singapore.
also writes a regular column for Singapore's Lianhe Zaobao.