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ONG&ONG profile PDF Print Email
Architecture Firms
Monday, 14 December 2009 08:05

Ong_OngWith a track record of over 30 years in the industry, Ong&Ong has earned an unparalleled reputation for integrating skilled architecture, clever interior design, creative sense for environmental branding and sensitive landscape design. Paramount to our success lies in our insistence on servicing our clients with creativity, excellence and commitment. We continually strive to uphold our mission to be the designer of our age - a premier design practice both locally and in the region.

Faced with many tenets today, design is often varied and fragmented. To resolve this challenge, Ong&Ong adopts a 360° design solution which provides a framework for threading cross-discipline approach into a singular integrated design solution, encompassing all aspects of design from master planning, architecture, and interior design to landscape design and project management.

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ONG&ONG - Hotel Quincy in Singapore PDF Print Email
Hospitality
Monday, 14 December 2009 07:38

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Hotel Quincy, located in Singapore, was envisaged as a one-of-a kind boutique hotel encompassing all the design aspects from architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, project management and graphic design. This building shows the process of how one design concept is implemented through all design elements, providing consistency in creativity and design.

Each space produced by Ong&Ong is unique, each an individual configuration, providing a different experience. The aim of the design was to create a distinctive, sustainable and timeless space that go beyond the existing boutique hotels. The main concept was to create rooms from different variations and permutations of exterior glass and steel cladding. These rooms were then randomly stacked forming a unique one-of-a-kind exterior façade.

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Ong & Ong - House at 45 Faber Park in Singapore PDF Print Email
Houses
Thursday, 17 March 2011 05:56

Faber_Park_004-Tim-NolanPhotograph by Tim NolanThe clients for this house were a couple with three young children, a set of twins and a younger child. Their main concern was to maximise outdoor space. It was therefore essential that there would be sufficient space for the children to play outdoors as well as indoors. The priority of creating an open living space with a direct relationship to a large outdoor space became a driving force in the scheme.

The overall concept, derived from the clients’ requirements, was to create a living space open to the outdoors in a clean contemporary aesthetic. The building would need to allow fluid movement between each space within and perform as a sustainable mechanism.

In order to maximize space, the idea of pushing the mass of the building into the corner of the plot was developed. The concept of defining the bedroom areas and activity spaces as separate elements allowed for the final scheme to be reached. From the exterior, each element appears as a separate entity, however internally these have a strong connection to each other.

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Ong & Ong - 31 Blair Road in Singapore PDF Print Email
Houses
Monday, 08 March 2010 06:10

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31 Blair Road is a contemporary renovation of an Art Deco style terrace house, results in an charming neutral living space. The continuity of spaces eliminates the boundary between inside and outside, in order to create multiple relationships between diverse activities that occur in a residential realm. Simple and minimalistic with a constant analogy to industrial spaces.


The final result is an innovative response to the constraints of a conservation building. A traditional façade embraces a contemporary way of living, that has meticulously achieved a delicate balance between the old and the new. This has created a unique and effective house design, the exterior and the modern approach to the interior has been designed in context with the surroundings.


Photographs: Tim Nolan

Last Updated on Monday, 08 March 2010 08:42
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