Judges for Archifest 2018 Pavilion
SIA Council Member, Design Thrust & Archifest Committee Co-Chair
A firm believer of Park + Associates’ practice philosophy that each project is an opportunity to transform space into a delightful experience, Christina undertakes her role as Design Director with the aspiration and commitment to deliver experiences that transcend visual stimulation. Since its establishment in 1999, the firm has been awarded several prestigious accolades locally and internationally.
One of Singapore’s leading young architects, Randy’s architectural and design experience crosses multiple fields and scales, all guided by the simple philosophy that architecture and aesthetics are part of the same impulse. This multidisciplinary has seen him work on a challenging and diverse range of projects in Singapore and abroad which have garnered much praise in the press, features in publications, as well as critical acclaim and awards internationally. Recent accolades include the Singapore Institute of Architects gold medal for the 38Holland Park in 2010 and the President’s Design Award 2013 for his collaborative artwork ‘Building as a Body’.
WONG KER HOW
Ker How believes that all good design stems from a solid plan, a passion for crafts and an interest in unique experiences. These desires form the basis for SOLID. Upon graduation with a masters degree in architecture, Ker How had indulged himself in all forms of design typology. Having honed skills from firms such as Zarch Collaboratives, Formwerkz Architects and DP Architects, he had acquired a rich portfolio that ranges from master-planning, hospitality, residential, commercial, conservation and even the 2008 Singapore National Day Stage Set design.
Yann Follain is the founder of WY-TO’s Singapore practice and co-founder of WY-TO architects in Paris. He was named, together with Pauline Gaudry, co-founder of WY-TO architects in Paris, one of Europe’s most important and emerging young architects and designers in Europe 40 Under 40 for 2016 by The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design.
Having a professional career in the design, engineering, construction and manufacturing industries, Joyce is currently involved in general management work with AkzoNobel, with a particular focus and interest in design thinking and aesthetics. Always enthusiastic about change and innovation, she usually finds herself venturing into unknown territory. She looks forward to establishing the Dulux-SIA partnership as a platform to educate and excite people and professionals on how Design shapes our lifestyles and environment.
Archifest 2018 Pavilion
Physically embodying the spirit of the festival, the Archifest Pavilion functions as the main base of operations where the various events start from or run within the space. It is a place where ideas can be discussed, shared and learnt during the festival.
Opening up as a competition to architects, the Archifest Pavilion is to be an architectural experiment to explore different ideas to redefine and innovate the spatial experience of a public space within Singapore’s context.
The Archifest Pavilion is envisioned to be the physical manifestation of the spirit of Archifest this year. It is imagined to be a temporary, outdoor recreational venue which reinvents our experience of a public space in Singapore, providing a comfortable, unique and multisensorial experience of the city to be enjoyed by everyone.
Launch of Competition: 26 June 2018
Competition Briefing: 29 June 2018, 4pm
Registration Deadline: 23 July 2018
Closing Date for Queries: 4 July 2018
Publication of Response to Queries: 6 July 2018
Submission Deadline: 23 July 2018, 12 Noon
Presentation by Shortlisted Finalists: 26 July 2018