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to gather: The Architecture of Relationships


  • TUE - SUN
    22/05 > 31/07
    11 AM - 7 PM

    01/08 > 21/11
    10 AM - 6 PM
  • Arsenale
  • Admission with ticket

Commissioners: Yap Lay Bee (Urban Redevelopment Authority), Mark Wee (DesignSingapore Council)
Curators: Ho Puay-peng, Simone Shu-Yeng Chung, Thomas K. Kong, Tomohisa Miyauchi, Sarah Mineko Ichioka
Exhibitors: Atelier HOKO, DP Architects, Drama Box, ArtsWok Collaborative e Forest & Whale, Hyphen Architects + Brian Khoo + Mary Ann Ng, Lai Chee Kien, Lighting Planners Associates, Michael Budig e Oliver Heckmann (Singapore University of Technology and Design), Millennial Nomad Space, MKPL Architects, NUS-Tsinghua Design Research Initiative: Sharing Cities, Red Bean Architects, salad dressing, Studio DO: PULAU, Studio Lapis + Eugene Tan + Jerome Ng Xinhao, Surbana Jurong, WOHA

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Description

The exhibition gathers visitors around a table to examine collective, ground-up action in Singapore. The pavilion is informed by a daily feature of Singapore life – the environment of a hawker centre, which is a community dining room with a diverse and affordable range of cuisines. Envisioned as a convivial, accessible, and inclusive exhibition, to gather showcases sixteen built and speculative projects that represent the cross-sections of culture and society in Singapore. This presentation examines the role of citizens and impassioned architects in raising the quality of life and sharing unique stories of living together.

Biennale Sneak Peek

Image 1 – How will we live together?
An iconic typology embedded in Singapore’s social and cultural fabric, hawker centres are communal spaces that bring together people of diverse ethnicities and ages.

Photo: Singapore Tourism Board

 

Image 2 – Sneak peek of the project
to gather: The Architecture of Relationships​​ examines ways in which we share space in Singapore, where pervasive typologies such as hawker centres and public housing nurture social relationships.


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