One Global Studio

We practise as One Global Studio to serve projects anywhere in the world, with integrated design solutions that meet the needs of users, clients, context and climate.

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Singapore is the nerve centre of our global practice. Besides design teams, our headquarters here houses our specialist consultancies and typology research groups for a truly collaborative and seamless design process. We tap on our vast range of skills, experience and knowledge to derive holistic design solutions for clients and the built environment.

Operating across geographical boundaries, we work as a collective, virtually and physically, to garner information in real time, and develop designs tailored to the immediate needs of clients across different continents and cultures. Working as One Global Studio, we take advantage of dispersed time zones across the world to seamlessly expedite project operations for greater productivity, efficiency and non-stop delivery.

 

Featured Projects

HomeTeamNS Khatib Clubhouse
Singapore

HomeTeamNS Khatib Clubhouse

2020
HomeTeamNS is not just a recreation club but an institution meant to honour the contributions of the Singapore Police Force and Singapore Civil Defence Force — the guardians of our nation. Thus, guided by perceptive principles that reinvigorate the quintessential constructs of a home — security, warmth and trust — the architecture for HomeTeamNS Khatib Clubhouse refreshes the ambience of sharing and bonding; expressed by the articulate threading of connections and the dissolution of fortified perimeters and frontages. The spatial tone of intricacy and subtlety established by the visual definitions of tartan staggering and the slender swelling of columns serves to unite the HomeTeam community.


Sengkang General Hospital
Singapore

Sengkang General Hospital

2018
The design of Sengkang General and Community Hospitals was conceived with an aim to harmonise the various components of the integrated regional hospital project – comprising a general hospital, a community hospital, and specialised outpatient clinics – into a seamless and unified, fully comprehensive medical campus. The design has expanded on a host of proven hospital successes, to create a holistic solution that provides patient-centric spaces in a friendly, healing environment with clear and efficient way-finding: for instance, patients, staff and visitors each have separate routes to prevent infection. The complex supplies Singapore’s health system with an additional 1400 hospital beds, aimed to be flexible, with capabilities of providing acute care, as well as intermediate and long-term care.


GoodLife! Makan
Singapore

GoodLife! Makan

2016
This cheerfully designed 360sqm recreational centre is situated at the void deck of a HDB block in Marine Parade, with a communal kitchen as its nucleus. The place aims largely at reconnecting stay-alone elderly to the wider community to facilitate multi-generational exchanges. With communal experiences - mainly through cooking and dining - at the core of the facility space, senior residents will have opportunities to interact and socialise through Singapore’s rich food culture in a social setting that is all at once inclusive and yet cost-efficient to create and maintain. Due consideration was paid in the design planning to meet the emotional, psychological and social needs of the growing aged community in Singapore. The design also capitalised on the porous setting and spatial quality of the HDB void deck to create an open and fenceless compound. This experimental design shifts away from conventional gated or glazed-up elderly activity centre models to create an inviting communal space.