LAI CHEE KIEN Hawker Centres in Singapore examines the history and evolution of Singapore’s public dining rooms, and how they became quintessentially communal spaces of gathering.
STUDIO LAPIS + EUGENE TAN + JEROME NG XINHAO Syncretically, Eclectically — ‘Haw Par’ Have We Come? touches on the collective histories of built spaces, and the special place recreational spaces have in the hearts of Singaporeans and foreigners.
RED BEAN ARCHITECTS In paying homage to the past whilst looking to the future, Common Ground offers insights into how buildings can engage with their surroundings and community.
STUDIO DO: PULAU Houses on Pulau Ubin have always functioned as community gathering spaces, and Pulau Ubin Lives documents shared collective memories and ongoing efforts to restore four wooden Malay houses there.