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About Kay Ngee Tan Architects

Kay Ngee Tan Architects was established 1990 in London. Following this, studios were set up in Singapore and Istanbul. In 1996, Kay Ngee was selected as one of the World 581 Architects by Gallery MA Tokyo and received the Singapore President’s Design Award in 2007. Since its inception, the office has worked on projects such as Commune by the Great Wall which won the Venice Biennale Silver Award and Singapore Management University. Recent works include IHQ Building for BreadTalk Group, Select Group HQ as well as Chuzhou HQ and Ceramics Museum. In Taipei, the office has also designed residential developments for JUT Land in Dazhi, Songshan and Beitou. In 2010, Kay Ngee Tan Architects designed the Singapore Pavilion in Shanghai World Expo and has recently worked with Singapore National Parks to design new urban parks and Singapore Land Authority to restore century old buildings. The restoration for The Sultan Boutique Hotel won the Singapore Heritage Awards 2012. Kay Ngee Tan Architects was featured in the Nov 2015 issue of Monocle Magazine as one of five architects to hire. In 2017, the office was awarded the Gallop Road Houses at Singapore Botanic Gardens project.

Kay Ngee Tan Architects was established 1990 in London. Following this, studios were set up in Singapore and Istanbul. In 1996, Kay Ngee was selected as one of the World 581 Architects by Gallery MA Tokyo and received the Singapore President’s Design Award in 2007. Since its inception, the office has worked on projects such as Commune by the Great Wall which won the Venice Biennale Silver Award and Singapore Management University. Recent works include IHQ Building for BreadTalk Group, Select Group HQ as well as Chuzhou HQ and Ceramics Museum. In Taipei, the office has also designed residential developments for JUT Land in Dazhi, Songshan and Beitou. In 2010, Kay Ngee Tan Architects designed the Singapore Pavilion in Shanghai World Expo and has recently worked with Singapore National Parks to design new urban parks and Singapore Land Authority to restore century old buildings. The restoration for The Sultan Boutique Hotel won the Singapore Heritage Awards 2012. Kay Ngee Tan Architects was featured in the Nov 2015 issue of Monocle Magazine as one of five architects to hire. In 2017, the office was awarded the Gallop Road Houses at Singapore Botanic Gardens project.

Kay Ngee Tan Architects was established 1990 in London. Following this, studios were set up in Singapore and Istanbul. In 1996, Kay Ngee was selected as one of the World 581 Architects by Gallery MA Tokyo and received the Singapore President’s Design Award in 2007. Since its inception, the office has worked on projects such as Commune by the Great Wall which won the Venice Biennale Silver Award and Singapore Management University. Recent works include IHQ Building for BreadTalk Group, Select Group HQ as well as Chuzhou HQ and Ceramics Museum. In Taipei, the office has also designed residential developments for JUT Land in Dazhi, Songshan and Beitou.

In 2010, Kay Ngee Tan Architects designed the Singapore Pavilion in Shanghai World Expo and has recently worked with Singapore National Parks to design new urban parks and Singapore Land Authority to restore century old buildings. The restoration for The Sultan Boutique Hotel won the Singapore Heritage Awards 2012. Kay Ngee Tan Architects was featured in the Nov 2015 issue of Monocle Magazine as one of five architects to hire. In 2017, the office was awarded the Gallop Road Houses at Singapore Botanic Gardens project.

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