Seah Chee Huang
Seah Chee Huang joined DP Architects, in 2003 and has designed major residential, commercial and institutional developments both locally and overseas. Currently an Associate Director of the firm, he is one of the lead architects for the Singapore Sports Hub project.
Iain Borden is an architectural historian and urban commentator. He was educated at the Newcastle University, University College London and UCLA, and is also an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects and Fellow of the RSA. Formerly head of The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, during the 2000s, he is now Vice-Dean for Communications at The Bartlett, and Professor of Architecture and Urban Culture. Continue Reading
Elected to the Royal Academy of Arts in December 2006
Eric Parry studied at the Newcastle University. He then went on to study for a Masters degree at the Royal College of Art and later the Architectural Association. He founded his practice, Eric Parry Architects Ltd in 1993, and the London based firm also opened an office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Continue Reading
Liu Thai Ker is noted for his influence on Singapore’s urban landscape. He was previously head of the Housing Development Board (HDB), Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) and Chairman of the National Arts Council (NAC). Trained as an architect, Thai Ker’s keen sense of the arts was derived from his father, a local pioneer painter, Liu Kang. Continue Reading