The idea of naturally processing the waste through septic tanks and constructed wetlands is well-suited to a quick installation in a less developed area without infrastructure.

Set in a complex of conservation buildings that collectively has a rich history, the project rightly put effort into integrating historical classical motifs with the functions of the modern bathroom.

The jury appreciated the conception of the master bathroom beyond a space to take care of bodily functions, to a living space where the users can read newspapers and exercise.

The house featured 4 different bathrooms each with its own unique design that fit its specific location in the house and the user’s requirements for it

The design of the Cater-Pee is an interesting concept for an outdoor toilet. Its organic form and colour is unique and appropriate for parks and open spaces.

The washroom at level 1 of the house was cleverly tucked into a corner of the dining room with a traditional ceramic vent on the external wall providing natural light and ventilation.

The single storey structure housing the Male and Female wash rooms as well as a security counter boldly celebrates a much needed amenity for visitors to the sprawling gardens.

An international competition was held in 2007 to select the architect for the restoration and adaptive reuse of the city state’s most important national monuments, the former Supreme Court and City Hall, to create a Gallery for the collection, study and presentation of South-east Asian Art.

The Jury was impressed by the successful integration of a programme for multi-generation living, sensitive urban response and focused architectural rigour

The design brief calls for distinct educational and administrative facilities, in addition to a praying space for 4,000. The architects resolved this with 3 separate blocks with the administrative block slightly angled towards the corner.