The Anglo-Chinese Junior College Faith Centre for Performing Arts (CPA) is the centrepiece of the vibrant performing arts programmes at the College. It hosts a slew of facilities such as a fully-equipped theatre, a black box, a dance studio and other places for learning to keep the College’s vigour for performing arts alive. The CPA is home to many of the College’s outstanding musical and theatrical productions and the facilities are also available for use by the community.
Singapore American School (SAS) is a non-profit, independent, co-educational day school located in the Woodlands area of Singapore. It offers an American-based curriculum for students in preschool through high school. One of Singapore’s first international schools, SAS was founded in 1956, and started with a hundred students in a colonial house. It has since developed into a school of nearly 4,000 students on a 36-acre campus. SAS is accredited by the US-based Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)
Myanmar Hospital, a proposed Patient-Centric Hassle-free Garden of Care has been designed to provide patients with ideal experiences in a relaxing and friendly environment. The design creates innovative experiences that provide patients with enhanced clinical outcomes while supporting families and friends. The hospital had been designed with the emphasis for better patient, visitor and staff experience and medical outcome.
Sporadic Courtyards at the podium and upper levels allow light and create clear way-finding opportunities. The phasing plan for the design caters for future proofing of additional ward floors and an Oncology Department Area that considered future construction to minimize disturbances to the hospital.
A home designed to cater for multiple users of the family highlighting the Modern Family approach of multi-family living. House Oriented around a central courtyard, the Layouts have segregated the living quarters observing both privacy and community