• Concept
  • Designers

Inspired by the past, ready for the future

— Concept —

Paya Lebar Quarter is located within the culture-rich neighbourhood of Paya Lebar. Inspired by this connected culture, we celebrate the idea of 'living fabric' - bringing to life the green, connected spaces and historic and cultural nuances of the precinct and surrounding sites.

Peranakan shophouse heritage and culture

Meet the Designers

— Designers —

Portrait image of designer - Angelene Chan, CEO of DP Architects

Angelene Chan

CEO, DP ARCHITECTS

“Paya Lebar Quarter is part of a bigger plan to catalyse the area’s vibrancy, economic growth and enhance overall quality of life so to me, Paya Lebar Quarter represents the future while being deeply respectful of and rooted in its past. For DP Architects, our ultimate aspiration and commitment has always been the creation of delightful and memorable spaces that foster a strong sense of community”.

Portrait image of designer - Mike Wood, Senior associate at Grant Associates

Mike Wood

SENIOR ASSOCIATE, GRANT ASSOCIATES

“From the outset the vision for the public space for Paya Lebar Quarter was to generate an exciting sequence of spaces that was completely integrated with the rest of the built development. It was to be a distinctly "green" compliment to a strong urban framework. Paya Lebar Quarter will define a new benchmark for the development of urban public space in Katong and Singapore as a whole”.

Portrait image of designer - Suneeth Changaroth, Director at DP Architects

Suneeth Changaroth

DIRECTOR, DP ARCHITECTS

“I am excited to see the completion of the project and how the design language and the colour palette for the façade, interior and landscape designs will come together to unify the buildings and public areas, and seamlessly weave the four plots into a single tapestry”.

Portrait image of designer - Andrew Henry, Principle of ARUP

Andrew Henry

PRINCIPAL, SINGAPORE BUILDINGS LEADER, ARUP

“I love the fact that when Paya Lebar Quarter is complete, it will be a space that will fit well into the evolving landscape of public spaces in Singapore”.

Portrait image of designer - Janos Baranyai, Meinhardt

Janos Baranyai

GROUP DIRECTOR, MEINHARDT

"My vision of Paya Lebar Quarter is to create and contribute to a modern, vibrant and sophisticated urban centre with high environmental credentials to integrate into the Smart Nation concept."