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SELECTED PROFESSIONAL WORKS

2013-2014 2014-2016


CAMBODIA BEACH RESORT MASTER PLAN

IS PARADISE

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TENGAO SPA RESORT MASTER PLAN

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CAOTUN BIRD PARK MASTER PLAN

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PUTERI HARBOUR, EMERALD BAY

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FAIRMONT YANGCHENG LAKE

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PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL MANSION

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CAMBODIA BEACH RESORT MASTER PLAN | CAMBODIA This project is a proposed year round coastal destination and recreation development, located on the central coast of Cambodia. The intention of this project is to take the best international planning and tourism design and incorporate them into the intrinsic qualities of the region’s local culture, beaches and jungles. The concept incorporates design that cues from traditional Cambodian culture and architecture such as the world famous temples of Angkor Wat.

Artist’s impression of South Bay

Land Use Strategy Plan

PLANNING

Six Character Districts Arrival Village

Resort Community

Resort Family Entertainment District

West Bay Entertainment Village

Mangrove Corridor & Reservoir

South Bay Luxury Resort Cove

Overall District Zone Diagram

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Road Hierarchy Diagram

Pedestrian Circulation Diagram


Blow Up Plan of West Bay Entertainment Village

Artist’s illustration of West Bay Entertainment Village

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Active Centres and Attractions

West Bay Beach Right of Way

50m Right of Way - Resort Connector with Train Corridor

70m Right of Way - Primary Resort Boulevard

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Land Use Diagram

Revit Massing Study


TENGAO SPA RESORT MASTER PLAN | LIAONING, CHINA

PLANNING + LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE This is a master plan of spa resort proposal in northeast China, Liaoning, composed of different individual elements that are uniquely designed. The most significant icons of the project are the modernist building of two biomes, indoor spa decks, a Link Building which will be the crown jewel of a much larger master plan development comprising hospitality, low, medium, and highrise residential, mixed use commercial, cultural, educational, and outdoor recreational facilities.

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This development aims to create year round both recreational and educational opportunities for China’s northeast region in particular as well as for greater China and beyond. The input of landscape in this project requires sophisticated design knowledge to create high quality environment and strong technical skills for it to become a safe and enjoyable leisure destination for all the users. In addition, suitable plants species that will thrive and survive in this region’s harsh weather condition are carefully selected.

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Overall Master Plan

Legend

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1 Spa Decks 2 Tropical Lagoon Biome 3 Tropical Rainforest Biome 4 Lakeside Plaza 5 Link Building 6 Residential and Clubhouse 7 Main Entry Parkway 8 Streetscape 9 Central Lake

Artist’s impression of Tengao Spa Resort

Tropcal Rainforest Biome Spa Decks

Tropcal Lagoon Biome

Revit model - Spa decks and two biomes

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Tropical Lagoon Biome Plan

Schematic section shows the details across the lagoon (including artificial mountain and wave pool details)

Indoor Spa Decks (4 Levels) sit between two biomes

Schematic sections show the details of spa decks (Planter soil depths, piping system, green walls etc.)

Tropical Rainforest Biome Plan

Conceptual sections illustrate the landscape and wilderness within the tropical rainforest biome.

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CAOTUN BIRD PARK MASTER PLAN | TAICHUNG, TAIWAN

PLANNING

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Legend 1 East Gate 2 Car Park 3 Drop-off 4 Main Entrance 5 Main Plaza 6 African Themed Restaurant 7 Souvenir Shop/Exit 8 Exhibition Hall 9 Amphitheaters 10 Children Themed Park

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The is a concept master plan for a zoo and bird park in Cao Tun, Taiwan. The proposal aims to create a year round destination for tourists in Taichung, as well as for the purpose of research, education and conservation. This bird park takes advantage of its challenging landform and existing geography to provide habitats for animals from Taiwan, Africa, the Asian tropical rainforest as well as the temperate zones. It will also provide several aviaries to accommodate birds of over 100 species.

Illustration of Aviary Illustration of Drop-off

Apart from exhibiting flora and flaura from different countries, Caotun Bird Park will also create a themed plaza with unique architectural styles for the families to spend their leisure time and provide international cuisines attract visitors from other countries.

Illustration of African Restaurant

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Illustration of Amphitheatre


PUTERI HARBOUR, EMERALD BAY | MALAYSIA

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Puteri harbour is a luxury residential development in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Built on an existing fishing village, this freehold master plan community consists of highrise apartments and waterfront homes featuring stunning views of Puteri Harbour and the Straits of Johor. The concept of this project is inspired by the site’s original dwellers, creating a sense of place that reflects originality and honesty. This new marine lifestyle presents a sophisticated and sustainable development, coupled with a unique local character.

Photo of the site under construction

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Photo of the site under construction


The waterfront homes will have mooring capabilities with private waterways weaving through the estate. Pedestrian trails for walk and cycle paths are provided throughout the estate, together with large parks and landscaped streetscapes to complete the distinctive waterfront experience. The viewing deck is sandwiched between two villas, stepping down to a cantilevered deck and overlooking the canal. Carefully chosen hardscape materials and plant species will enhance the users’ experience and complement the beautiful waterfront views.

Designer’s illustration of viewing deck

Designer’s illustration of viewing deck

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FAIRMONT YANGCHENG LAKE | CHINA

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

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Circulation Plan


The Fairmont Yangcheng Lake project is a renovation project which location benefits from a spectacular site and environment where outdoor activities are relatively as important to hotel guests as the indoor amenities. Using the existing pool as focal point, a large sweeping curve will provide a weather-protected walkway linking together the kid’s club and tourism pavilion. This promenade also connects a new hotel entry point to the spa as the covered path flows through interesting landscape forms and lush planting arranged to provide semiprivate pockets of seating and gathering places.

Legend 1 Spa Ceremonial Entry 2 Wooden Boardwalk 3 Feature Planting 4 Koi Pond 5 Bamboo Screen 6 Fire Engine Access (FEA) 7 Covered Walkway

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Blow-up Plan A - The Spa Garden

Legend

Artist’s impression of Aerial View

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IS PARADISE | JAIPUR, INDIA

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE The landscape for IS Paradise is a contemporary interpretation of Rajasthan’s historic architecture and design. From the tiered Hawa Mahal to the countless steps of Chand Baori, the landscape character draws inspiration from these iconic landmarks. The base of the residences is wrapped in cascading pools, while its upper floors overflow with lush greenery in this new icon of Jaipur. Up high, only a privileged few get an opportunity to nuzzle between lush planting in one of the penthouse terraces as they take in the truly stunning sight of the sun fading beyond the horizon over Jaipur. Inspiration Board

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Legend 1 Ingress/Egress 2 Entry Water Feature 3 Terraced Planting 4 Porte Cochere 5 Tiered Water Feature

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Main Pool Arrival Pool Deck Sheltered Pavilion Leisure Pool Lap Pool

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Kids Pool Jungle Gym Cricket Crease cum Function Area Penthouse Level 24 Penthouse Level 23

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Sectional elevation of the Entry Gate shows jali patterned feature wall and cascading water feature.

Designer’s illustration of the Drop-off area with cascading water feature and delicate sculptures.

Designer’s illustration of the Lap Pool with loungers and lush planting.

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PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL MANSION | KALIMANTAN, INDONESIA

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Designer’s illustration of Arrival Plaza with classical urn water feature in front of the mansion

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Designer’s illustration of Clusters of fountain jets as central feature with mansion beyond

Overall plan | Not to scale

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This is a private residential mansion project in Kalimantan, Indonesia. The design of the master plan is inspired by French formal garden. As the illustration shown below, the formal garden in front of the French-looking ballroom is framed by tall hedge to create enclosure, axial linear fountain with arching jets sitting in the middle, and the typical French parterred low shrub and flower planting at the sides. The whole design made use a lot of French design elements, such as the classical balustrades, patterned granite paving, classical urns, fountains and so on. The residential mansion also includes a man-made lake with tall fountain jets as central feature and a helipad.

Designer’s illustration of the formal garden in front of French ballroom

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SELECTED ACADEMIC WORKS

2010-2012 2016-2017 Bartlett School of Planning


MAGNETIC STRATFORD HIGH STREET

ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION DESIGN

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FINAL MASTER PLAN - URBAN OASIS

Built Form

Open Spaces

URBAN OASIS, EARL’S COURT

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URBAN DESIGN TASK 2 REPORT

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URBAN DESIGN SITE STUDY COMPARISON

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INTEGRATED PROJECT, TIMELESCAPE

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ADVANCED PLANTING DESIGN

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MAGNETIC STRATFORD HIGH STREET | LONDON

URBAN DESIGN - PLACE MAKING Creating new homes, facilitating economic growth and fostering social cohesion are imperative for the site. The aims of this project intend to weave a web of opportunities that will attract and retain people and investments. The variety of offerings to include housing, offices, clusters of cultural, creative and educational spaces, will transform the site into an attractive pole where people will be willing to live and work, making it ‘their place’. The enhancement of the life of the existing community is one of the main priorities. Heritage

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Legend 1 High Street 2 Culture Core 3 Carpenters Neighbourhood 4 Bridgewater Road Neighbourhood 5 Abbey Lane Neighbourhood 6 Kerrison Road Neighbourhood 7 Heritage Ecosystem & Research Hub 8 Creative Corner 9 Roundabout

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Illustration of Stratford High Street


Layering Strategy Connected Infrastructure

Stable Density

CONNECTED CONNECTED INFRASTRUCTURE INFRASTRUCTURE

STABLE STABLE DENSITY DENSITY

+ + SOCIAL SOCIAL TEARGETING TEARGETING CONNECTED CONNECTED INFRASTRUCTURE INFRASTRUCTURE Social Targeting

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STABLE STABLE DENSITY DENSITY Community Network

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Centre Points

CENTRE CENTRE POINTS POINTS

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GREEN GREEN ATTRACTIVITY ATTRACTIVITY

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HEIGHTS HEIGHTS REGULATIONS REGULATIONS

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GREEN GREEN ATTRACTIVITY ATTRACTIVITY

Illustration of Heritage Ecosystem & Research Hub, with the view looking upon Culture Core and Stratford High Street

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GREEN GREEN ATTRACTIVITY ATTRACTIVITY

Illustration of Culture Core’s vibrant night scene

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URBAN OASIS, EARL’S COURT | LONDON Oases, with their vital resources for sustenance, have long been places that bring

URBAN DESIGN

Pedestrian Network Plan

Building Typologies Plan

together different groups and activities. As cross-roads of key routes, they develop their own unique cultures, identities, and feelings of place due to the intermingling of different groups. While an oasis has a defined use – water, food, shade – it also provides a site for emergent development – trade, ideas sharing, innovation. Conversation: Embedding into the existing urban fabric through typologies and uses that reflect and augment the boundaries of the site. Emergence: Developing a unique identity for the interior of site serving the needs of residents, local workers, and visitors. Open & Green: Incorporating open and green spaces to support the development of new urban assemblages. Flow: Improving permeability and access to the three prominent public transport hubs supported by green networks across the site. Flexibility: Building urban communities that can change over time.

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New routes to connect between anchor points (Tube stations, Empress State Building)

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Pedestrian Boulevard Green Connector Internal Path Networks

Earl’s Court Station

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Open Space Plan

Perceived Density Plan

West Kensington Station

Local landmark as focal point. West Brompton Station FINAL MASTER PLAN - URBAN OASIS

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Illustration of the Aerial View

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Artist’s impression of Urban Oasis

URBAN DESIGN TASK 2 REPORT

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SCALE 1:1250 on A3 Type B Mansion Block This mid-rise mansion block is called Coleheren Court and this building was built between 1901 ad 1904 in red brick and Portland stone. The building spans three blocks and is set in an approximately 5530m² gated communal garden that is only accessible to the residents. There is 203 units in total in the mansion blocks. Coleherne Court fronts onto three streets, it’s at the junction of two primary streets (A 3220 Redcliffe Gardens and A3218 Old Brompton Road) and secondary road (The Little Boltons) running next to the frontage of east building. The mid-rise buildings create a good proportion of communal landscape garden in the middle together with the edge of townhouses positioned in the south of the mansion blocks.

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Flat Type 1

Plot Coverage: 43.1% FAR: 1.72 Units/HA: 105/HA

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Mews Street

Green Spaces 16% Semi Public Mews Street

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Mew houses with strong characters. Residents get to create strong identities for their own houses.

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Wider pedestrian walkway at this busy junction enhances the walkability and comfortability of the street.

Green Spaces

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North-west of the Mansion is the junction of two busy streets. Ground floor units are healthcare centre that doesn’t create noise, quality of space of upper residential units are not affected.

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Well maintained high quality woodland offers a range of recreational and ecological opportunities.

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Good and easy access to the semi private garden from all the buildings, encouraging the use of garden while promoting social cohesion.

Ownership Patterns: Public: (1) Streets and sidewalks surrounding the mansion blocks on three sides. (2) Corner healthcare centre and services at where Earls Court Road and Old Brompton Road meet. Semi-Public: Boundary fence around the buildings that create the thresholds/ entries to the buildings. Private: Mansion blocks that only allow residents to enter. Semi-Private: Internal courtyard and its aaccent points. This semi-private courtyard only offers minimal visual and audit

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This area sis kept open to avoid sun path casting shadow on the building on the right.

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‘‘ The ideal street must form a completely enclosed unit. The more one’s impressions are confined within it, the more perfect will be its tableau: one feels at ease in a space where the gaze canoot be lost in infinity.’’ (Camillo Sitte, 1889) Space between Townhouses & Mew Houses

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Redcliffe Garden

The interface of thresholds of this particular townhouses adjacent to Redcliffe Square and St.Luke’s Church creates a strong frame along the street, preventing direct views from the public street into the properties/underground units.

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Raised entry to townhouses. Level change here promote surveillance while retaining privacy for the residents.

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Well maintained central communal garden benefits three surrounding building blocks by creating pleasant views into the garden. The width of the garden (varies from 90-100m) creates great buffer zone between the buildings. Children play area is provided within wooded area, noise is buffered by vegetation around therefore it doesn’t disturb the residents.

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INTEGRATED PROJECT, TIMELESCAPE | SHEFFIELD

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE The aim of this final year project was to revitalise a derelict car park in Sheffield CIQ area. The car park is currently bounded by workshops and factories mainly occupied by local workers with occasional pedestrians passing through the area who travel from the train station to the town area. The title ‘Timelescape’ was inspired by the terms ‘timeless and escape’, which is also the intention of this project, to create a timeless sense of landscape where the people living in the city setting can escape away from the hustle and bustle and enjoy themselves in the designed urban oasis. This landscape is formed by series of eclipses that display four-seasonal plant species with changing characters throughout the year and provide meandering routes across the site. Sheffield, as one of the major industrial cities in the UK where has its own strong and unique character. This project will create a new destination that respects the existing character and local culture. It’d also provide a platform for the local community to build and grow the area that’s rich in local identity. Ultimately, this derelict car park will be transformed into a vibrant area that connects area and people better, creating a cohesive community. Small business will be set up in the later phase to contribute to the local economy and enrich the local business varieties.

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Concept Diagram

Movement

Layering Strategy Input

Output Intertwined

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Design Programs Nodes and Meeting Points

Interactive raised mound

Depression - interactive ecological pond Circulations

Intimate meeting place

Enclosed space - allotments

Proposed Master Plan

Existing Buildings Cutting through

Cutting through - views to water feature

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Reduced Overall Site Plan (Not to Scale)

Reduced Detailed Plan (Not to Scale)

Aerial view of the site

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Rendered perspective illustrates the design of the site. It shows how the proposed design changes the image of the existing site and possibilities of new activities that can add to the vibrancy of the area.

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ADVANCED PLANTING DESIGN | SHEFFIELD Reduced Planting Plan (Not to Scale)

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE


The mounds were chosen from an area of the master plan of Timelescape. The strategy for this planting design is to create the scenes where will always be changing through displaying planting with different seasonal interest, therefore, each time the visitors visit the site they will have different experience and the urge to discover the site further. The mounds will display distinct difference in colour throughout the seasons, stimulating the sensory experiences and attracting intense attention of the visitors. (Sectional elevation below visualises the concept of the planting design)

Sectional Elevation (Not to Scale)

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ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION DESIGN | SHEFFIELD

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE


The intention of this design is to provide a contemporary vegetated shelter as meeting space. A variety of suitable materials (cobblestone, yorkstone, washed pebbles and granite) are chosen for create high quality curved design as shown below. A good integration between hardscape and softscape creates a high quality enclosed public space for the people to meet, play and rest.

Reduced 1:50 Axonometric Drawing

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PERSONAL ARTWORK & EXHIBITION

Soul Traveller ‘I am a soul traveller; I travel to wherever my soul desires, both the real and my own imaginary worlds. Living in a hectic and complicated world, I’m constantly searching for peace of mind. I am solivagant, a strong believer that travelling and sketching will help me find that inner peace. Ever since I discovered the magical relationship between travel and the state of the soul, I decided to begin my sketch diaries to fill my soul with light and happiness. Philosophically, I see the sketch as more than just a sketch. It possesses deep meaning and tells a story. By sharing my work with you, it is my humble wish that my drawings of life and whimsy will touch and calm your souls as well.’ - The Soul Traveller-

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“Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.� - Albert Einstein 34


“Hurry up, Ben!” I said. Ben the puppy, my imaginary friend, is running to catch the flying train that’s heading to the whimsical town. A town that’s made of dreams and where you find the happiness and surreal experience.

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“Life is like a journey on a train… with its stations… with changes of routes… and with accidents!” - Unknown -

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“There are moments when you feel trapped, ill at ease. A year later the same feeling can turn out to be the theme of the book. ” - Françoise Sagan -

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The world of reality has its limits; the world of imagination is boundless. - Jean-Jacques Rousseau -

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The Layered City This is my vision illustrated for Singapore in 50 years. Singapore in 2065 might comprise low-rise, kampung (old-fashioned and traditional) style buildings that serve as meeting places for the community and mixeduse skyscrapers covered with vertical vegetation. These skyscrapers are connected at various levels by pedestrian bridges and sky trains.

SINGAPORE STORIES: NOW, THEN, TOMORROW EXHIBITION ArtScience Museum, Singapore 17 July - 04 October, 2015

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Kevin foo_PLLAUD 2010-2017  

Selected works

Kevin foo_PLLAUD 2010-2017  

Selected works

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