UOL Frame

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The second in a series of three show galleries for UOL, this is for Thomson Three residential development in Singapore. The design capitalizes on the characteristics of its unique site conditions and uses it to heighten the experience of show gallery and show flats. Nestled amongst a grove of tightly spaced trees and bounded by 2 roadways, the gallery is primarily arranged around a central model display atrium with a top lit skylight, with 4 'pods' extending outwards from this central point. 2 of the pods are orientated towards the roadway, with large glass windows providing the surrounding traffic an enticing view into the gallery's bustle and sales activity — serving as the show gallery's "window display" and a means to showcase the development models and graphics. The 2 'pods' on the opposite length of the gallery provide a completely different experience and look out onto a completely different view. Instead of the busy road, the view is of a 'jungle' like natural setting filled with mature trees. The design of the show gallery capitalises on this and we placed the 2 show flats here, positioned intentionally to frame the attractive views beyond—creating a tranquil and serene domestic atmosphere to better situate the living environments of the show flats. Each show flat's design and interior attitude captures the lifestyle of a distinct demographic - a stylish younger feel for the 2 bed room unit and a more mature sophisticated attitude for the 3 bedroom unit.
The second in a series of three show galleries for UOL, this is for Thomson Three residential development in Singapore. The design capitalizes on the characteristics of its unique site conditions and uses it to heighten the experience of show gallery and show flats. Nestled amongst a grove of tightly spaced trees and bounded by 2 roadways, the gallery is primarily arranged around a central model display atrium with a top lit skylight, with 4 'pods' extending outwards from this central point. 2 of the pods are orientated towards the roadway, with large glass windows providing the surrounding traffic an enticing view into the gallery's bustle and sales activity — serving as the show gallery's "window display" and a means to showcase the development models and graphics. The 2 'pods' on the opposite length of the gallery provide a completely different experience and look out onto a completely different view. Instead of the busy road, the view is of a 'jungle' like natural setting filled with mature trees. The design of the show gallery capitalises on this and we placed the 2 show flats here, positioned intentionally to frame the attractive views beyond—creating a tranquil and serene domestic atmosphere to better situate the living environments of the show flats. Each show flat's design and interior attitude captures the lifestyle of a distinct demographic - a stylish younger feel for the 2 bed room unit and a more mature sophisticated attitude for the 3 bedroom unit.Read MoreHide
Property Type
Commercial
Property Status
New
Area Size
930m²
Style
Modern
Year of Completion
2014
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Ministry of Design was created by Colin Seah to Question, Disturb & Redefine the spaces, forms and experiences that surround us and give meaning to our world. An integrated spatial-design practice, MOD's explorations are created amidst a democratic 'studio-like' atmosphere and progress seamlessly between form, site, object and space.
Ministry of Design was created by Colin Seah to Question, Disturb & Redefine the spaces, forms and experiences that surround us and give meaning to our world. An integrated spatial-design practice, MOD's explorations are created amidst a democratic 'studio-like' atmosphere and progress seamlessly between form, site, object and space.Read MoreHide
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