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About Quarters Architects

Quarters Architects LLP Quarters Architects is an architectural practice that specializes in art conception. We love tackling interior design experiences that are narrative-based – spaces that tell stories through imaginative design & branding. We enjoy partnering with clients to articulate their stories, which begins by listening well. Some of our recent partners include Lifelong Learning Institute for the LLearning Express Classroom of the Future, a series of educational spaces for Skillsfuture that encourages learning through surprising environments & best-in-class technology. Through the creation of spaces we seek to transport people into new worlds of experiences. Other partners include Omakase Burger, Picnic at Wisma Atria, Air Force Museum, Fabcafe at Artscience Museum, Kara Cafe by Sogurt, Raffles Montessori Preschool and others. DESIGN – We are committed to understanding your brand, so  your  story gets told through design. RESEARCH – On a quarterly basis, we research materials, space typologies, innovative storage ideas – chewing on specific knots in the design industry that could lead to better solutions. COMMUNITY – As a studio, we believe that design can and should make a difference to community, regardless of fee scale. We set aside time to pursue projects that can make this difference, whether it is a home for troubled youths, or house-build for flood victims in an Orang Asli village in Kelantan. CRAFT – We search for meaning in our craft: in an increasingly digital world, architecture is one of the few industries that retains its physical agency. As Juhani Pallasmaa puts it, “the door handle is the handshake of the building.” Through thoughtful craftsmanship and built matter, we befriend the world. Watch this space for upcoming workshops. Founder Felicia Toh is a registered architect in Singapore, and an active design writer for publications such as Cubes Indesign Magazine, Singapore Architects Magazine and Habitus. She previously honed her architectural practice at Ong & Ong, Formwerkz Architects and Ministry of Design. Felicia moderated the Architecture in Print & the City Panel Discussion during Archifest 2017. She is interested in the intersections between design, writing and photography: in the ways they inspire beauty in the stories we tell of our cities. Kenneth Koh is a registered architect in Singapore, and is constantly experimenting with illustration and art and their intersections with architecture and urban space. He is also a member of the Singapore Institute of Architects Publications Committee. He has led design teams on projects of varying scales with Ong & Ong & Farm. Kenneth won CDL’s Singapore Sculpture Award and his creation, A Hundred Lines, can be found in East Coast Park.

Quarters Architects LLP Quarters Architects is an architectural practice that specializes in art conception. We love tackling interior design experiences that are narrative-based – spaces that tell stories through imaginative design & branding. We enjoy partnering with clients to articulate their stories, which begins by listening well. Some of our recent partners include Lifelong Learning Institute for the LLearning Express Classroom of the Future, a series of educational spaces for Skillsfuture that encourages learning through surprising environments & best-in-class technology. Through the creation of spaces we seek to transport people into new worlds of experiences. Other partners include Omakase Burger, Picnic at Wisma Atria, Air Force Museum, Fabcafe at Artscience Museum, Kara Cafe by Sogurt, Raffles Montessori Preschool and others. DESIGN – We are committed to understanding your brand, so  your  story gets told through design. RESEARCH – On a quarterly basis, we research materials, space typologies, innovative storage ideas – chewing on specific knots in the design industry that could lead to better solutions. COMMUNITY – As a studio, we believe that design can and should make a difference to community, regardless of fee scale. We set aside time to pursue projects that can make this difference, whether it is a home for troubled youths, or house-build for flood victims in an Orang Asli village in Kelantan. CRAFT – We search for meaning in our craft: in an increasingly digital world, architecture is one of the few industries that retains its physical agency. As Juhani Pallasmaa puts it, “the door handle is the handshake of the building.” Through thoughtful craftsmanship and built matter, we befriend the world. Watch this space for upcoming workshops. Founder Felicia Toh is a registered architect in Singapore, and an active design writer for publications such as Cubes Indesign Magazine, Singapore Architects Magazine and Habitus. She previously honed her architectural practice at Ong & Ong, Formwerkz Architects and Ministry of Design. Felicia moderated the Architecture in Print & the City Panel Discussion during Archifest 2017. She is interested in the intersections between design, writing and photography: in the ways they inspire beauty in the stories we tell of our cities. Kenneth Koh is a registered architect in Singapore, and is constantly experimenting with illustration and art and their intersections with architecture and urban space. He is also a member of the Singapore Institute of Architects Publications Committee. He has led design teams on projects of varying scales with Ong & Ong & Farm. Kenneth won CDL’s Singapore Sculpture Award and his creation, A Hundred Lines, can be found in East Coast Park.

Quarters Architects LLP

Quarters Architects is an architectural practice that specializes in art conception. We love tackling interior design experiences that are narrative-based – spaces that tell stories through imaginative design & branding.

We enjoy partnering with clients to articulate their stories, which begins by listening well. Some of our recent partners include Lifelong Learning Institute for the LLearning Express Classroom of the Future, a series of educational spaces for Skillsfuture that encourages learning through surprising environments & best-in-class technology. Through the creation of spaces we seek to transport people into new worlds of experiences. Other partners include Omakase Burger, Picnic at Wisma Atria, Air Force Museum, Fabcafe at Artscience Museum, Kara Cafe by Sogurt, Raffles Montessori Preschool and others.

DESIGN – We are committed to understanding your brand, so your story gets told through design.

RESEARCH – On a quarterly basis, we research materials, space typologies, innovative storage ideas – chewing on specific knots in the design industry that could lead to better solutions.

COMMUNITY – As a studio, we believe that design can and should make a difference to community, regardless of fee scale. We set aside time to pursue projects that can make this difference, whether it is a home for troubled youths, or house-build for flood victims in an Orang Asli village in Kelantan.

CRAFT – We search for meaning in our craft: in an increasingly digital world, architecture is one of the few industries that retains its physical agency. As Juhani Pallasmaa puts it, “the door handle is the handshake of the building.” Through thoughtful craftsmanship and built matter, we befriend the world. Watch this space for upcoming workshops.

Founder
Felicia Toh is a registered architect in Singapore, and an active design writer for publications such as Cubes Indesign Magazine, Singapore Architects Magazine and Habitus. She previously honed her architectural practice at Ong & Ong, Formwerkz Architects and Ministry of Design. Felicia moderated the Architecture in Print & the City Panel Discussion during Archifest 2017. She is interested in the intersections between design, writing and photography: in the ways they inspire beauty in the stories we tell of our cities.

Kenneth Koh is a registered architect in Singapore, and is constantly experimenting with illustration and art and their intersections with architecture and urban space. He is also a member of the Singapore Institute of Architects Publications Committee. He has led design teams on projects of varying scales with Ong & Ong & Farm. Kenneth won CDL’s Singapore Sculpture Award and his creation, A Hundred Lines, can be found in East Coast Park.

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