With the pandemic pushing forth hybrid working modes, the new CPG office is a working environment centred on forging interactions between employees and wellness at work.
What do we want from our built environment? How can we create quality places that people want to live, work, play, and learn in? Cubes 102 is a wide-reaching investigation into placemaking.
How can planners, architects, landscape architects and developers be smart about holistic implementation of design in the diverse ASEAN region? And how are client imperatives changing? CPG Consultants and Consulus share insights.
A skyscraper defined by a massive vertical garden, mass housing of futuristic forms, and repurposed heritage monuments – here are some of the Singapore-based projects that made it to the prestigious World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards shortlist this year.
W Architects create a rock-like form for the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum; Heatherwick Studio and CPG Consultants explore the communicative potentials of a tertiary education building; Rattan takes new forms via Abie Abdillah and Studio SKLIM; The bold sensitivity of architect Chang Yong Ter.
Set to officially open in November 2015, a pre-opening tour of National Gallery Singapore revealed multiple historical spaces within the repurposed double monuments, where Southeast Asian art will be housed.