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PORTFOLIO

AN ENDEAVOUR TO BE

SOMDEEP…

“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” ~Proverb

ARCHITECTURE | URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


PROFESSIONAL M A S T E R 2015 – ONGOING 2012 – 2014 2016 – Ongoing

MERLION GATEWAY PRECINCT ISLAND-WIDE WATER HARVESTING & IRRIGATION

P L A N N I N G SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA (Role: Lead Landscape Designer) SENTOSA WALKING TRAIL (Role: Project Manager) MERLION GATEWAY PRECINCT (Role: Lead Landscape Designer)

SENTOSA WALKING TRAIL CYCLE TRACK

I N F R A S T R U C T U R E 2015 – 2017 ISLAND-WIDE WATER HARVESTING AND IRRIGATION SYSTEM ON SENTOSA (Role: Team Member and Lead Landscape Designer and Coordinator) 2015 – 2017 CYCLE TRACK (Role: Team Member and Lead Landscape Designer) 2012 – 2015 INTRA-ISLAND CABLE-CAR STATIONS (Role: Lead Landscape Designer) P U B L I C 2015 – 2017 2015 – 2016 2014 – 2015 2013 – 2014 2013 – 2015 2015 – 2017 2015 – 2017

COVERED LINKWAY SENTOSA NURSERY PALAWAN KIDZ CITY

S P A C E COVERED LINKWAY (Role: Team Member and Lead Landscape Designer) TANJONG ECOPARK MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA (Role: Team Lead for design) ORCHID CONNECTION (Role: Project Manager and Lead Landscape Designer ) SILOSO BEACH AMBIENT ENHANCEMENT, SENTOSA (Role: Project Manager and Lead Landscape Designer) SILOSO ECO-TRAIL (Role: Project Manager and Lead Landscape Designer and Coordinator) PALAWAN KIDZ CITY (Role: Lead Landscape Designer) PALAWAN GREEN (Role: Project Manager and Lead Landscape Designer)

C O N S T R U C T I O N P R O J E C T 2014 – 2016 NURSERY (Role and Expertise: Project Management)

PALAWAN GREEN TANJONG ECOPARK ORCHID CONNECTION SILOSO ECO-TRAIL SDC OFFICE AND EDIBLE GARDEN SILOSO BEACH AMBIENT ENHANCEMENT

INTRA-ISLAND CABLE-CAR STATIONS SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN

URBAN SUSTAINABILITY RESEARCH

ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE

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URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT

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Green Roof Vertical Green Green Wall

Enhance habitat

Vertical Green Climber

Auto Irrigation

Water Harvesting

Key Expertises in Landscape Engineering and Environment

Sustainable Paving

Sub-soil Drainage

Solar Lighting

EXPERTICES URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Artificial Turf as Elevation

Lighting


Different Stages

Architecture Lead Project Process Flow

Feasibility Studies

Initial Proposal

Site assessment and analysis Property Dept / Architecture Lead

Interdisciplinary Consultation - 1

Site Selection & Site Analysis

Conceptual Master Plan

Pre-consultation with Approval Authority

M&E and C&S Involved

Project planning and costing Environmental Management/ Landscape Architecture Project Management

Conceptual Design Development

Detail Design and Tender Dwg

Schematic Master Plan

Post Occupancy analysis

Defect Liabilities Period Primary Hand Over to Maintenance

Call Consultancy Tender

Specification & Tendering

Call D&B Tender

Funding Approval

Contracts get Involved

Hand Over to Maintenance

Cost Estimation+ Value Engineering

Env. Mgmt./ Landscape Lead Project Process Flow Specification and Scheduling

Environmental Management/ Landscape Architecture

Site Selection & Site Analysis

Conceptual Master Plan

Schematic Master Plan

Tendering processes (Call, Evaluation, Award) Project Management

Implementation and Execution

DLP and Post DLP

Pre-consultation with Approval Authority

Post Occupancy analysis

Defect Liabilities Period Primary Handover to Maintenance

Call Consultancy Tender

Call D&B Tender Final Handover to Maintenance

Project Flow URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Specification & Tendering

Funding Approval

Contracts get Involved

M&E and C&S Involved


Site assessment and analysis

Project planning and costing

Conceptual Design Development

Detail Design and Tender Dwg

Cost Estimation+ Value Engineering

Specification and Scheduling

Tendering processes (Call, Evaluation, Award)

Implementation and Execution

DLP and Post DLP

URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT

PALAWAN GREEN

PALAWAN KIDZ CITY

NURSERY PROJECT

TANJONG ECOPARK MASTER PLAN

SILOSO BEACH AMBIENT ENHANCEMENT

COVERED LINKWAY

CYCLING TRAIL

CABLE-CAR STATIONS

WATER HARVESTING AND IRRIGATION

SENTOSA WALING TRAIL

MERLION GATEWAY PRECINCT

SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN Feasibility Studies


Green Roof

Vertical Green - Green Wall

Vertical Green - Climber

Sub-soil Drainage

Ambience Lighting and Landscape Lighting

Solar Lighting

Sustainable Paving

Water Harvesting

Auto Irrigation

Enhance habitat

URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Nursery Project

Palawan Green

Siloso Eco-trail

Siloso Beach Ambient Enhancement

Tanjong Ecopark

Covered Linkway

Cycling Trail

Intra-Island CableCar Stations

Water Harvesting And Irrigation

Merlion Gateway Precinct

South Cove Landscape Master Plan

Sentosa Waling Trail


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DD, Construction Drawings

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Plant Selection

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Hard Landscape design

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Lead team

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Team member (When Project Lead by Architecture team and we support Landscape design and implementation part)

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Design Creativity

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Project Management Creativity (think outside of the box, which results in innovative or different approaches to a particular task)

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Proactive (identification and exploitation of opportunities and take initiative to implement )

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Project Management

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Stakeholder Management

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URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Nursery Project

Yes

Palawan Green

Yes

Siloso Eco-trail

Yes

Siloso Beach Ambient Enhancement

No

Tanjong Ecopark

No

Covered Linkway

Intra-Island Cable-Car Stations

No

Cycling Trail

Water Harvesting And Irrigation

Merlion Gateway Precinct

South Cove Landscape Master Plan

Yes

Sentosa Waling Trail Experience in implementation


I N T R A - I S L A N D C A B L E - C A R S TAT I O N S , S E N T O S A Design Development and Plant Selection Nursery visit

Review (2) plant list and quantity

Revise Design, plant-list and quantity

Budget Review

Review (1) plant list, quantity proposal from contractor

Requirement Specification

Call and select Tender for construction

Inspect plant quality, quality of topsoil and planting pattern

Review (2) report of pregrown plant

Review possibilities to engage separate contractor for Green roof

Change request during DLP

Handover to Maintenance

Post Handover Inspection and engage Term-contractor for Minor works

S I LO S O E C O -T R A I L , S E N T O S A Design Development

Collaborate with Temasek polytechnic

Review Design Proposals

Inspect plant quality, quality of topsoil and planting pattern

Finalise the Design to carry forward

Revise Design and finalise Plant list

Handover to Maintenance

Post Handover Inspection and engage Term-contractor for Minor works

Arrange CSR programme for tree planting

URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Consult with contractor

review budget and feasibilities


SENTOSA WALKING TRAIL Design Development

Review plant list and quantity proposal from contractor

Consult with Nparks PCN team to bring PCN to Sentosa

Budget Review

Engage Term-contractor for C&S work and Landscape

Inspect plant quality, quality of topsoil and planting pattern

DLP Inspection

Handover to Maintenance

Engage Stakeholders (RWS, HFC, VivoCity)

Engage Sentosa Branding

Call and select Tender for Signage Construction

Finalise Map Board of Sentosa, RWS, Vivo, and HFC

Finalise Map Board of Southern Ridges by NParks

Update to SLA OneMap

SENTOSA WALKING TRAIL Conceptual design development

Nursery visit to assess status and quality of Pre-grown* Plant

Inspect plant quality, quality of topsoil and planting pattern

Budget Review

Call Tender-I (Two stage tender to engage consultant first and engage contractor later)

Confirm completion schedule of different sections/ phases

Engage Contractor and consultant

Review and confirm Landscape proposals, DD and plant list from consultant and contractor DLP Inspection Request put up to change and add plants, change top soil mix

Abort Tender-I

Handover to Maintenance

* Supply and pre-growing of flowering climbers for at least 6-8 months to achieve the height of3.0m and well established and branched with 3 main leaders to provide shade and to soften and beautify the Linkways URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Develop detail design Redesign + revise plant qty

Call and select Tender II (D&B tender for construction)

Post Handover Inspection and engage Term-contractor for Minor works (adding adding groundcover and shurbs )


This in-house design and build project was rolled out to join seven walking trails totalling 8km, starts from Marang Trail, Southern Ridges on mainland Singapore passes through the Imbiah Nature Trail and ends at Fort Siloso at Sentosa. Role: Project Manager Key Focus: Hard and soft landscape, Educational and Wayfinding Signage works and Media, Government Authorities and Stakeholder: SLA OneMap, NPark, Resorts World Sentosa, VivoCity, and Harbourfront Centre. Consultants and Contractors: In-house design & build project (Contractor Toh Chin Leong Construction Pte Ltd, BNL Services Pte Ltd and Fuji Signcrafts Industries Pte Ltd) Project Cost 5.96M

SENTOSA WALKING TRAIL URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


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1. Biodiversity Walk Natural classroom of flora and fauna of Sentosa. Natural themed seating, edutainment information panels, trail information maps and distance markers. 2. Invertebrates Platform Natural themed seating, blown up invertebrates sculptures, edutainment information panels and distance markers while immersing in the natural orchestra from the insects. 3. Native Plants Platform Natural themed seating, blown up landscape sculptures, edutainment information panels. 4. Historical Platform Natural themed seating, edutainment information panels and peek on the history of Sentosa, which was once the protection of the Singapore Straits. Paranoma map as visual guide to trail vistors of the nearby Southern islands. 5. Coastal Viewpoint Natural themed seating, paranoma map as visual guide to the southern coastal development of Singapore 6. Rock Platform Rocks of different natures, properties and shapes that whispers the story of Sentosa and its development. 7. Native Birds Platform Natural themed seating, blown up birds sculptures, edutainment information panels and distance markers while immersing in the natural orchestra from the birds of Sentosa. 8. Skywalk The 11-storey (181 meters) Skywalk trail provides guests a scenic trek among the treetops en route to Fort Siloso. Paranoma map as visual guides to nearby Southern Islands and southern costal development of Singapore 9. Eco trail Experience a different walk down from the historically rich Fort Siloso and enjoy the path surrounded by natural flora and fauna of Sentosa.

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Entrance Nodes

Visual Nodes

SENTOSA WALKING TRAIL URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Nodes to Enhance


1. THE FRAME WITH CLIMBER WILL COMPLEMENT THE EXISTING TOTEM STRUCTURE, WHILE THE FORESHORE SIDE STRUCTURE WILL ADD TO THE VIEW OF THE KEPPEL BAY AND KEPPEL ISLAND 1

2. WOODEN SLATS PATTERN STAMPED CONCRETE PAVEMENT OUTDOOR WITH SUBSOIL DRAIN TO GIVE MORE NATURAL LOOK AND FEEL 4

3. INTRODUCE MORE SEATING TO ENJOY TRANQUILLITY OF THE PLACE.

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4. INTRODUCE PENNISETUM TO ADD A WAVY EFFECT ON THE GROUND LANDSCAPE.

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5. INTRODUCE IPOMOEA TO COVER UP AND SOFTEN THE FORESHORE ROCK. 2

Direction displays Locality Map displays Glass box displays to showcase coral and marine life

BALAU WOOD SCULPTURE TO ATTRACT BIRD LOVERS AND ATO ADD A SENCE OF IDENTITY TO THE PLACE

SENTOSA WALKING TRAIL

Typical Signage post

URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


GREEN & BLUE ANALYSIS

SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


BUILDING HEIGHT ANALYSIS

SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


SHADE ANALYSIS

SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


CIRCULATION

SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


EXISTING OPEN SPACE NETWORK and NODES

SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


PAVILION CHARACTER LEGEND

HOUSES / CONDO / OPEN SPACES

EXISTING BEACH PAVILION – NORTH COVE PROPOSED LARGE PAVILION PROPOSED SMALL PAVILION

SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT

TURF (PASPAL UM)

“SOAKAWA Y” GRAVEL TRENCH

GROUNDCOV ER AND EARTH MOUND

EXISTING ROCK BUND


SENSORY GARDEN CONCEPT Less wind, possible in retain smell

First visual contact point to South Cove, potential location for sculpture and other elements to create visual impression

Excellent view to golf course and pond, breezy, existing Hura trees also help to attract bird possible to include induced sounds

Taste Garden- Slightly windy, location away from houses, more users expected, possible to include bbq

Close proximity to Tanjong beach butterfly trail, possible to link butterfly and birds experience. Potential site for touch and sight

Breezy, nice view, well shield from sun exposure, excellent for social spaces. Existing structure possible to include in landscape experience, example fabricating surface for different textures. Challenging terrain, opportunity for terraced spaces. Potential site for touch.

Largest green space available, danger of getting too busy and noisy, expanse space and excellent views possible for different experience, eg, contemplation or meditation. Potential site to incorporate touch and also sound

SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


A. RED : OPEN SPACES WHICH ARE FACING LAGOON: OPEN SPACE 01

OPEN SPACE 02

OPEN SPACE 06

OPEN SPACE 08

OPEN SPACE 07

1. PLANTING AT OPEN SPACES ARE CONSOLIDATED ON EARTHMOUNDS WHICH ARE NATURALLY OCCURING ON SITE,

35m

18m

B. BLUE : OPEN SPACES WHICH ARE CONNECTED TO THE FORE SHORE:

15m

15m

2. MOST TREES ARE REMOVED BECAUSE THEYRE UNHEALTHY AND ALSO BLOCKING THE VISUAL CONNECTION TO THE SURROUNDING 3. DRY STREAM INTRODUCED IS CONSISTENT WITH THE OVERALL LANDSCAPE CONCEPT FOR SOUTH COVE AND NECESSARY NOT ONLY AS A VISUAL GUIDE TO CONNECT EXISTING BOULDERS ON SITE, THEY ARE CATERED AS “SOAK AWAYS” AT PONDING AREAS. CONNECTION SUMPS ARE LOCATED BELOW THE DECKS 4. PASSAGE WAYS ARE CONNECTED TO PAVILIONS (RAISED ~0.7M ABOVE GROUND) AND CATERS TO 3TONNE MAINTENANCE TRUCKS TO FORESHORE.

7m OPEN SPACE 03

20m

OPEN SPACE 04

OPEN SPACE 05

5. DUE TO THE CONSTRAINTS OF THE SITES, OPEN SPACES 04 AND 09 MAY NOT ABLE TO BE MAINTAINED USING MECHANICAL MOWERS.

OPEN SPACE 09

SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


T Y P I C A L O P E N S PA C E FA C I N G L A G O O N DEVELOPED DESIGN IS TARGETTED AT PROVIDING THE “MINIMUM”, TO MEET FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS. ORIGINAL DESIGN GUIDELINE

MODIFIED DESIGN

LAGOON

Project Cost reduced $5.6 m to $3.5 M

TURF GROUNDCOVERS ON EARTH MOUND ROCKS DRY STREAM DECK

OPEN SPACE 01 FUNCTION : - Visual connection to lagoon and beyond, including golf course - Resolve waterlogged conditions, screen existing services - Incorporate design with elements (boulders, contours)

SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


SECTION A-A

TURF LAGOON

GROUNDCOVER S ON EARTH DRY MOUND TURF STREA M

TURF

GROUNDCOVER S ON EARTH MOUND

GROUNDCOVE RS ON EARTH MOUND

TURF

TURF

B

TURF GROUNDCOVERS ON EARTH MOUND

SECTION B-B

ROCKS A

A

DECK DRY STREAM

DRY STREA M

TURF

DECK B

HERRINGBONE DRAINAGE SYSTEM SECTION CC (TURF ONLY)

TURF (PASPALU M)

HERRINGBONE DRAINAGE SYSTEM HERRINGBONE DRAINAGE SYSTEM GRAVEL APRON

SLOPE

SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT

TURF


T Y P I C A L O P E N S PA C E FA C I N G F O R E S H O R E DEVELOPED DESIGN IS TARGETTED AT PROVIDING THE “MINIMUM”, TO MEET FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS.

MODIFIED DESIGN A SEA

ORIGINAL DESIGN GUIDELINE PAVILION

GROUNDCOVERS ON EARTH MOUND

Project Cost reduced $5.6 m to $3.5 M

LAWN FOOTPATH ROCKS / BOULDERS

PAVILION

FOOTPATH

RAMP

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GROUNDCOVERS ON EARTH MOUND

FOOTPATH

SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT

EXISTING SERVICES

FOOTPATH


A. RED : OPEN SPACES WHICH ARE FACING LAGOON:

OPEN SPACE 01

OPEN SPACE 02

OPEN SPACE 06

OPEN SPACE 07

OPEN SPACE 08

B. BLUE : OPEN SPACES WHICH ARE CONNECTED TO THE FORE SHORE:

GRASSLAND ZONE OPEN SPACES 1. PRIMARILY FUNCTION AS LANDSCAPED FOREGROUND IN ASSOCIATION WITH LAGOON, POND AND GOLF COURSE 2. FOOTPATH FOR PUBLIC ACCESS NOT PROVIDED

COASTAL ZONE OPEN SPACES 1. PROVIDE IDENTICAL FUNCTION AS OPEN SPACES, GREEN RELIEFS AND VIEW CORRIDORS 2. ACCESS LINKS TO THE FOREHORE (INCLUDING HANDICAPPED AND MAINTENANCE TRUCKS) 3. VISTA LINE TERMINATED WITH PAVILION 4. PAVILION CANTILEVERS OVER REVETMENT WALL PROVIDING SEAT AND VIEWING DECK SHELTERED FROM WEATHER OPEN SPACE 03

OPEN SPACE 04

OPEN SPACE 05

OPEN SPACE 09

SOUTH COVE LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


Talipariti Tiliaceum "dwarf'

Sentosa plans to do its part to make Singapore a bikefriendly city and envisions a network that will connect the mainland of Singapore to Sentosa. Three interconnected cycling tracks, total 12 km long linked to the walking trails and stop by the various lookout points. All the tree species selected for the project are not only native but also most of them are also Critically Endangered (CR) e.g Barringtonia Racemosa, Diospyros ferrea, Dolichandrone spathacea, Memecylon caeruleum , Fagraea auriculata, Eurycoma longifolia

Crinum amabile

Acrostichum aureum

Role: Team Member and Lead Landscape Designer Key Focus: Hard and soft landscape, Urban Design Consultants and Contractors: Built Force Construction Pte Ltd Ortus Design Pte. Ltd. Project Cost = S$ 7.85M Rhodomyrtus Tomentosa

Tristellateia Australasiae

Acanthus Ebracteatus

SENTOSA CONNECTIVITY

Stenochlaena Palustris

Pandanus Amaryllifolius

CYCLING TRAIL

URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Fagraea Ceilanica

Scaevola Taccada


Harbourfront Centre and Vivocity

Fort Siloso

RWS Serapong Golf

Proposed Solution For Sloped Jungle Area

1m width flat planter strip as buffer on both the side of the Cycle track to reduce tree crown maintenance

Serapong Hill North Cove

Tanjong Golf

South Cove

Proposed Solution For Flat Jungle Area

1m width planter strip on both the side of the Cycle track to reduce tree crown maintenance

Harbourfront Centre and Vivocity

Fort Siloso

RWS Serapong Golf

Existing On-Road Solution

Serapong Hill North Cove

Tanjong Golf

South Cove Proposed On-Road Solution

Narrow the driving lanes (from 7.4m to 6.3m) and provide space (1.2m) for cyclists

SENTOSA CONNECTIVITY

CYCLING TRAIL

URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


Merlion Walk Future Shaded Linkage (Address Under separate precinct planning)

Linway to Connect Palawan Beach and Family Entertainment Centers, Animal Encounter, and Palawan End Bus stop with the Beach Station,Transport Hub

Palawan End Bus stop

This project focused the design development and built of approximately 2.76km of modular covered linkways, semi-covered linkways, covered tram and bus stops and major nodes infrastructure with planting integrated to complement the tropical island setting.

FutureShaded Linkage (Address Under separate precinct planning)

Animal Encounter

Project Cost = S$7.56 M Tristellateia Australasiae

Bauhinia kockiana

Macfadyena unguis-cati

Quisqualis indica

Passiflora edulis

Clitoria ternatea

Proposed Enhancement

COVERED LINKWAY, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


Arundina graminifolia

Tradescantia spathacea

Hemigraphis Alternata

Furcrea spp.

Nephrolepis Spp.

Sansevieria Trifasciata Hahnii

Russelia spp.

Pennisetum setaceum rubrum

Ipomea pes-caprae

Wedelia

Phyllanthus myrtifolius

Dissotis

Duranta Erecta ‘gold’

LINK BRIDGE GREEN ROOF, SENTOSA LANDSCAPE

| PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Portulaca spp

alternanthera cultivar

Quisqualis indica

neomarica longifolia


Total area (Excluding Green roof and Eco Trail)

: 1110 SqM

This project was initiated to strengthen the brand position of 1.15Km long Siloso Beach as the Singapore’s Hippest Beach. Also, it had reviewed gaps and boosted the vibrancy of Siloso Beach through sustainable ambience dress up and refreshed landscape to enhance the guest experience. Role: Project Manager, Team Lead for design and execution Key Expertise: Project Management, Hard and soft landscape design and Photo points design. Consultants and Contractors: In-house design & build project (Contractor: Pico Art International Pte. Ltd.) Issues: Dull & uninteresting Add vibrancy through interactive installations to create sense of play. Rejuvenate landscape with colours. Sense of Arrival Lacking the sense of arrival. Widened road appeared hard and old. Aged Landscape Planted more than 10 years ago and re aged and may not flower profusely. Disconnection Existing poster board does not show events along the beach.

SILOSO BEACH AMBIENT ENHANCEMENT, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE


SILOSO ECO TRAIL URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


SILOSO ECO TRAIL URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


CABLE CAR STATION, SENTOSA LANDSCAPE

| PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Pogonatherum paniceum

Ruellia brittoniana

Arundina graminifolia

Celosia argentea

Costus curvibracteatus

Asystasia intrusa

Rhapis excelsa

Nephrolepis Spp

Spathoglottis plicata

Clerodendrum calamitosum

Euodia suaveolens

Lespedeza bicolor

Schefflera arboricola variegata

Duranta erecta gold


Total Landscape Area = 2,110 Sqm (including 1000 SqM Green Roof) Landscape Project cost = 1m(approx)

CABLE CAR STATION, SENTOSA LANDSCAPE

| PROJECT MANAGEMENT


TANJONG ECOPARK

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b2

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e2

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SITE ANALYSIS | Master Plan

Bus Stop

Singapore Resort & Spa tram stop

FOC (U/C) a

Palawan Carpark b

Nursery

Walking path Tanjong Beach tram stop

Sand stock pile

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Tanjong Carpark

d f

Tanjong Beach Club

Facilities

Beaches

Green spaces Event/gathering space

Safe Shared Path for All Vehicle free paths at the beachfront for walking, jogging & cycling to form a continuous safe paths between Palawan and Tanjong. • Open field for activities and events o The Animal Resort and Rustic Kampung feels with some free roaming rabbits, fish etc. o Dog Run Park • Interactive nodes along the Path o Community garden, recycling and composting station , coconut plantation, playground, Stormwater management system & Eco pond etc. o

SITE g

Buildings

Key features:

Connectivity Existing Vehicular Connection Proposed Pedestrian Connection

TANJONG ECOPARK MASTER PLAN, SENTOSA URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


PALAWAN GREEN, SENTOSA LANDSCAPE

| PROJECT MANAGEMENT


O • • • • • •

B J E C T I V E Improve drainage of site Improve walkability and bring guest closer to water Possible different usage- as temporary carpark, recreational field and event space. Enhance spaces to quality public spaces for possible recreational and social activities Provides quality event spaces with ready basic infrastructures (Stage, electrical power, water supply, and cable trench to hide cables for setting up consoles) Flexible space where event staging can be set at different configuration.

PALAWAN GREEN, SENTOSA LANDSCAPE

| PROJECT MANAGEMENT


PALAWAN KIDZ CITY, SENTOSA LANDSCAPE

| PROJECT MANAGEMENT


PALAWAN KIDZ CITY, SENTOSA LANDSCAPE

| PROJECT MANAGEMENT


PALAWAN KIDZ CITY, SENTOSA LANDSCAPE

| PROJECT MANAGEMENT


GREEN WALL PATTERN

GREEN WALL -VINE SYSTEM

DOG HOUSE AT PLANTER BOXES

PALAWAN KIDZ CITY, SENTOSA LANDSCAPE

| PROJECT MANAGEMENT


LIGHTING CONCEPT Tree s (accent): uplight mounted on telescopic post All shrub planting areas: warm white ambient lighting Green wall: neutral white led accent lighting Railing connection to edge of slab: neutral white led strip lighting Sides of planter box and underneath of adjoining seating: neutral white led strip lighting All other general landscaping areas to be sufficiently task lighted

ROOF LANDSCAPE LAYOUT PLAN

PALAWAN KIDZ CITY, SENTOSA LANDSCAPE

| PROJECT MANAGEMENT


COMPLETED PROJECTS, INDIA

ARCHITECTURE | PROJECT MANAGEMENT


REDEVELOPMENT OF CONNAUGHT PLACE, URBAN DESIGN | ARCHITECTURE | LANDSCAPE

NEW DELHI, INDIA


ACADEMIC 2009-2010 | MSc ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE

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2002-2007 | BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE | BENGAL ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE UNIVERSITY (CURRENTLY KNOWN AS IIEST)


STRENGTHES AND OPPORTUNITIES S •ASEAN Heritage site (SBWR) •Close to kranji reservior •Existing plenty of vegetation •Rich river system •Agro-technology organic farming activities • Established agri-tainment •Countryside image •Developed organic road system •cooler microclimate •Next to Sarimbun Recycling Park •Cultural / historic heritage

O •connect ecosystem habitats •improve public transport •Enhance urban farming •Recreation in countryside •exploration & environmental education •Promote Agritainment •Create meaningful place •practice of water sensitive design, application of ecotechnologies

To Johor strait Potential connection

To city MRT

potential connection To city

Topography Landuse

Water sensitive area/lots

WEAKNESSES AND THREATS W •Green spaces are fragmented by farm land and roads •poor public transport service •Limited amenities •Military areas restrict growth of area •Reserved state lands are either fenced or have restrictions on access

EIA: Sensitivity Map

Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve: ecologically critical capital

To Johor strait Fragmented Green space To city MRT

Last remaining marshland in the area

Grassland

T More human pressure on natural systems: •increased visitor load will cause pollution, •disturb wildlife and the tranquil atmosphere •Pollution from ‘uncontrollable‘ sources e.g. from Johor •Current homestays focus on middle-upper classes, thus excluding lower classes •Nature capital loss

Lack of public transport To city

STRATEGIC PLAN 1.Enhancement the continuity of nature process 2. Integration of culture and nature 3. Balance between planned and unplanned, strengthen countryside image 3.Accessibility for both people and Wide life 4. Promote public transport and community social life 5. New lifestyle of everyday environmentalism 6.Decentralization ,renewable, reuse and recycle, water sensitive design

critical natural reserve Major green corridor/buffer Secondary green corridor

GREEN BLUE MAP /Landside suitability Map

Circulation

Water body (storm water management, Recreation.) Critical natural reserve zone ( limited use: research, education, tourism, recreation) Green corridor/buffer zone (passive-use, recreation, tourism, Limited farming)

Urban process

Nature process Countryside Integrated process

Process model Nature corridor

Buildable zone (active-use, farming, housing, recreation, Agri-tainment)

Place with culture/ nature significance Eco neighbourhood

Eco-village

Eco-village model

Lim Chu Kang Vertical Eco‐Village - Growing with Nature URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

OBJECTIVE The Lim Chu Kang Vertical Eco-village stemmed from a focus on landscape ecology, giving pre-eminence to nature, and understanding the role of Lim Chu Kang as an acknowledged countryside destination within the highly urbanized society of Singapore. The overall aim of the Master Plan was to achieve a low impact and environmentally sound site development. This Master Plan attempted to respond to the needs of the target users, environmental issues, and economic concerns. The target users include residents, farm workers, researchers, business owners, local visitors and tourists.

CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES Based on our environmental planning principles and concepts, SWOT analysis and identified objectives, our planning strategies focused on six key aspects: 1. Process-focused: strengthen and integrate both natural and urban process, foster dynamic growth responding to different situation rather than fixed pattern 2. Economically sound: Minimize resources and energy consumption and maximize environmental and social benefits 3. Celebrating diversity: provide more space and possibility of growth and interaction for both wide life and human being 4. Everyday environmentalism: New lifestyle of constant and direct experience of interaction with the places one lives in to facilitate spiritual growth and inspire creativity 5. Enhancement –orientated: New Ways of change that human development will not just minimize destruction but also contribute to the environment


WATER SYSTEM

Restored existing river Rain garden and stream (new extension)

West Village (phase 2, mid-term Researcher, education Artist, tourist, transient resident)

SBWR

Village center

Village center

Agri-tainment Farm stay

Farmland

OPEN SPACE

Restored river Water front recreation Pedestrian trail Treetop walk

Restored river Water front recreation East Village (phase 3, short term) Researcher, visitor, student Tourist)

Village center SBWR Primary green corridor/buffer Green network Farming as buffer

Agri-tainment Farm stay Hotel

South Village (phase 1, long-term Local, worker, retired, SOHO, artist)

CIRCULATION

To Jetty

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Pedestrian walk ways (treetop / board walks)

To city MRT

Primary road Local major road Local service Car park

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Environmental protection and enhancement: green corridors link fragmented green spaces with the larger surroundings ; so we created a low impact development guided by nature allowing it to grow further. Social interaction and advancement: three compact, self-sufficient and interlinked eco-villages. All requirements of the client were also met by incorporating measures like suitable building height and GPR. The dimension of verticality : allowed for continuity of human as well as natural development. Economic viability: various forms of farming, tourism, agri-tainment. Integration: all of the above features were also successfully integrated with the area’s unique image – Lim Chu Kang is the last remaining countryside neighborhood in Singapore and we intend to keep it that way.

To city

Lim Chu Kang Vertical Eco‐Village - Growing with Nature URBAN DESIGN | LANDSCAPE | ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT


FINAL YEAR THESIS - FOLK AND ART VILLAGE,

JAIPUR, INDIA


FINAL YEAR THESIS - FOLK AND ART VILLAGE,

JAIPUR, INDIA


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