This project is for a competition to design an Indian heritage museum in Singapore.
The aim of the concept was to create a building that houses all aspects of the brief with a unique look quoting from Indian culture. One good example is the main facade which has stairs connecting the different levels. These stairs are ordered in such a way that they refer to the famously stepped wells of Rajasthan in India. A local Singaporean Indian artist was asked to do the mural painting.
This project is a design for a small veterinary practice. The local government allowed for the volume to be build outside the boundary lines, because the concept uses the topography of the terrain and the existing vegetation. A concrete tunnel with creepers is pushed into the hillside. The positioning of the volume allows for beautiful views of the landscape from the waiting room and a private view of the hillside from the treatment room.