The Interiors of Soo ChanView More
Architizer A+ Awards 2016
A celebration of the 100 plus 2016 Architizer A+Award winners as chosen by an international jury of 300 expertsView More
Selected and Current WorksView More
The Plan: National Design Centre in Singapore
Architecture & Technologies in DetailView PDFView More
The New York Times – "The Daily 360": A Dip in the Living Room Pool
The Wall Street Journal – Architect Soo K. Chan’s inspiration is his childhood home in a Unesco World Heritage Site
New York Post – We Build This City
SCDA × NTU Collaborative Research
After a series of discussions in Singapore, SCDA Lab will be embarking on a Research × Build collaboration with the Nanyang Technological Institute (NTU) School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, SMAE. With the goal of further developing the architecture of off-grid spaces and dwellings for living, various possible collaborative research opportunities were shared, which will pair SCDA’s design and construction expertise with NTU’s technological and research capability to realize built prototypes in the coming year.
SCDA launches The Tenda
The Tenda (bahasa for tent) is an ecologically-empathetic retreat created by SCDA to inspire and empower travelers in the exploration of new ways of creating, thinking and living on our finite, green and blue planet. Situated in Kelating village, just minutes from Soo K. Chan’s Soori Bali, the retreat takes shape as a herd of self-sustaining, cabins; or tenda; a discursive provocation of how architecture and design can rally to make palatable off-grid living a real proposition.
SCDA × NUS Design Studio 2019
SCDA × NUS design studio review in New York City. The project occupies two city blocks in the Hudson Yards neighbourhood where the old postal sorting complex is located. The proposal is essentially a design hub engaged in inventive / creative production in a new economy with events and maker programs for public participation.
Soori High Line Receives 2019 New York Award
New York City
September 6, 2019
NEW YORK September 6, 2019 - Soori High Line has been selected for the 2019 New York Award in the Architectural Designer category by the New York Award Program.
A true luxury apartment comes with a swimming pool
January 17, 2017
Weixin QQ - Designing Together
SkyTerrace@Dawson and National Design Centre win Design of the Year at the President's Design Awards, 2016
December 12, 2016
SCDA's work on the National Design Centre and SkyTerrace@Dawson in Singapore were both awarded Design of the Year in their respective categories at the President's Design Awards, 2016.
ArchDaily: Seletar Park Residence by SCDA Architects
November 18, 2016
A meaningful engagement with nature was the driving thought behind the conceptualization of Seletar Park Residence.The interaction of the living spaces with the lush gardens and water courts engenders a sensuous engagement with the elements, resulting in a calming, peaceful environment.
SkyTerrace @ Dawson wins RIBA Award for International Excellence 2016
October 27, 2016
Sky Terrace @ Dawson has won the RIBA Award for International Excellence for 2016.
Sky Terrace is an ambitious new exploration of social housing in Singapore which include goals of 50% cheaper construction than typical private developments, natural ventilation and the creation of units where three generations of the same family can live together.
This project has broken new ground for public housing in Singapore and includes features which when incorporated in future public housing will improve the living environment of the vast majority of Singaporeans.
GCNM wins Best High Rise Residential Architectural Design in 2016 Indonesia Property Awards
October 19, 2016
GCNM Towers has won the Indonesia Property Award for Best High Rise Residential Architectural Design. SCDA has been admitted into the final round for the South East Asia category.
ArchDaily: SCDA completes Sales Office for ARZURIA luxury apartment tower
July 11, 2016
ArchDaily - A preview of SCDA's most recent luxury high-rise residential project in Jakarta, the design of the Arzuria sales gallery reflects the project’s clean lines and sculptural form. Housing an exhibition space and sales offices, as well as two fully furnished and fitted-out typical units, the gallery spans over two levels connected by an origami-inspired, blackened steel staircase. ArchDaily