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ACS International Library

FUUR worked on the interior design for a new library in the international school. It was a mixed used space that also had study, story telling, social spaces and a cafe for the kids, a home away from home.
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Beer Garden Proposal

Proposal for an affordable, fast-to-erect structure for F&B.
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Mayo Inn

A complete refurbishment of an existing lodging inn into a 25 room boutique hotel, set in the historic quarters of Little India. The central idea was to create a boutique hotel that crossed over into the budget hotel category in terms of amenities and room prices, but retains a look and feel of simple chic and relaxed elegance.
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TAB

FUUR Associates were approached by TAB in late in 2009 to convert a small shopping galleria at Orchard Hotel into a 9000sqft live venue/bar/restaurant. This medium sized venue was inspired by similar venues around the world; A live venue with a more immediate feel between musician and audience, the possibilty of a cold beer in hand, and air conditiong to make dressing up for a night out of live music not feel uncomfortable! FUUR and TAB shared a vision of a space that had to, above all, have an easy and social feel. And unlike most retail and F&B spaces in singapore, we did not have to recollect or simulate the interior to anything else. The end result is an aesthetic that gives TAB plenty of room to become itself in years to come. www.tab.com.sg for more details!
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Boeing Boeing Stage Set

A rethinking of the previous stage set for the Drama Centre at the National Library, FUUR Associates worked closely with director Glen Goei to capture the fun and (retro) optimistic modernity of the play. The set also breaks new ground as one having a ceiling, creating an intimate room setting, with the audience made to feel included in the thick of the action! ‎”Everything looks gorgeous in this confident production, from the muted and cavernous set by Ken-hin Teo that evokes the curves of an airplane cabin…..” -Straits Times, Life Section, August 10th- “Also, Ken-hin Teo must be applauded for creating the chic set design that was befitting of an architect’s bachelor pad and resembled an airplane cabin at the same time.” -Business Times, 13 Aug 2010- **NewsFlash – Ken’s Set nominated for Life Awards 2011 Best Set Design  – nice!
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