Institution Thrust

The Institution Thrust strives to conduct programmes that are aimed to band fellow Architects and Members closer, we aspire to build a larger, yet more closely-knitted architectural fraternity, enabled by the Singapore Institute of Architects through the following:

  • SIA Events
    • SIA Annual Golf
    • SIA Annual Dinner
  • CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)
  • Membership
    • Membership Position
  • Young Architects League
    • Open Studios
    • Member’s Night

Moving into the new Council Year, the Institution Thrust will continue to ensure that programmes that have begun to gain traction will continue to be improved, and initiatives that have been conceptualized will see their fruition.

Institution Thrust 2019-20

Co-Chairs: Kee Wei Hui & Lee Wai Fong

SIA Annual Golf 2019

contact: annual_golf@sia.org.sg

SIA Annual Golf a yearly occurrence since its inception in 1995 is one of our major social platforms for our members and industry partners to network and foster closer working relationships.

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SIA Annual Dinner

Contact: annual_dinner@sia.org.sg

The SIA Annual Dinner is attended by over 1,000 member architects, guests from the architectural community, CEOs of government agencies, presidents of allied professionals, developers, contractors, suppliers and other friends from the built environment fraternity.

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

To leverage on our unique network to collaborate in partnership with Communities and Groups to achieve a greater social good and a positive improvement in lives.

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Membership

Contact: membership@sia.org.sg

Objectives:

  • Increase general membership
  • Help maintain good conduct and discipline of general membership
  • Promote the benefits of being a SIA Member to the fraternity

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Young Architects League (YAL)

Contact: youth@sia.org.sg

To engage and serve the architectural community, aspiring architects as well as architectural students in Singapore. It serves as a platform to foster dialogue and interaction, as well as public outreach, in order to meet the needs and aspirations our younger members.

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