Catholic Archdiocese Hub

Aptly name CRISTOPOLIS (City of Christ), inspiration drawn for medieval cathedral towns and cities of Europe, our proposal for the Catholic Archdiocese Hub provides a modern interpretation of cloister and courtyard architecture that have served the church communities of Europe invaluably as prayer, social and community spaces, all in a green oasis of lush equatorial greenscape.

An-Nahdhah Bishan Mosque & MUIS Harmony Center

Nestled within this Northern heartland of Singapore, the design award winning An-Nahdhah Mosque in Bishan is regarded as a new generation mosque. Aside from its modern architectural structure, An-Nahdhah Mosque also houses a two-storey MUIS’s Harmony Centre with the sole purpose of creating a welcoming platform where non-Muslims can learn more about the Muslim Community and Islam practices. It was designed to be the new modern communal mosque. It Opened on January 6, 2006 and can accommodate about 4,000 worshippers.


Bukit Panjang Mosque

Masjid Al-Iman is a mosque in Bukit Panjang, Singapore. The four level mosque building was opened in 2003 and has a basement carpark, 18 classrooms, an auditorium, a computer room and an elevator serving all floors It can accommodate 5,000 worshipers in one congregation.
The jewel-shaped dome culminating wih star-like apex symbolizes unity and act of transition between Allah and his faithful servants. The six minarets symbolize the six tenets of Iman.