Martin Reuter has extensive experience of all phases of the design process, from design to project implementation and administration. The main focus of his activities is on international projects, specializing in large projects in Asia and Australia. The supergreen® aspect, which is a key focus of the ingenhoven architects practice, plays an important role in the design concept for all projects.
Martin Reuter was responsible for the Marina One project in Singapore, which won the Mipim Award in 2018, and for the development at 1 Bligh in Sydney—the only building in Australia to be awarded the Six-Star rating, the highest Australian rating under the Green Star scheme, and the 5-star NABERS energy rating. In 2008, the first environmentally friendly high-rise building in Japan, the Breezé Tower in Osaka, was completed. Previously, Martin Reuter worked on projects such as 71 Robinson Road, Singapore, and the European Investment Bank (EIB) in Luxembourg.
Martin Reuter is currently in charge of some of the practice’s large projects, such as the Toranomon development in Tokyo and Mapletree Bay Point in Hong Kong.
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Eugene graduated with a Bachelor of Science (BSc) (1st Class Hons) from the University of Reading in 1999 and a BSc in Technology Management and Computing (1st Class Hons) from the University of Portsmouth in 2002. He has also completed an MSc in Construction Law and Arbitration from the joint NUS and Kings College London programme, a Msc in Sustainable Building Design from the University of Nottingham and the Senior Management Development Program from Harvard Business School
Eugene is highly experienced in Quantity Surveying and often injects sustainability value management and green approaches into his work to achieve to project efficiency. He is a Green Mark professional and is knowledgeable in sustainable buildings. He is also an Accredited Adjudicator under Singapore Mediation Centre and a registered Mediator in the Singapore Institute of Surveyors and Valuers.
Eugene is now working on enhancing productivity in Design and Construction and researching on Computational BIM, VR/MR and other productivity enhancement topics for the Surbana Jurong Group
Passionate about teaching, Eugene is also an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Department of Building, School of Design and Environment, National University of Singapore.
Apart from his professional work, Eugene enjoys carrying out community services projects and volunteers his time in the strategic level of planning and execution in community work. He is a Councillor in a Community Development Council in Singapore and holds key positions in Volunteer Welfare.
José made his academic studies in “IST – UTL”, Portugal and “ESTAB – UPC”, Barcelona
– Spain, having graduated in 2003. Stillas a student he worked with Professor Jordi Bellmunt (BiArq, Barcelona) and João Nunes (PROAP, Lisbon) for the Alamillo Park Concept Design Competition, Seville, Spain. (1stPrize).
His professiona lcareer was started with his former Professor Manuel Vicentein”MV Ltd”, in Macau. From 2003 to 2005 he participated in several Master Plans, Urban Parksand Institutional Buildings, namely in the Nam Van Lakes Area-Macau.
José joined Aedas Hong Kong in December 2006 where he worked in the Saint Regis Hotel and Service Apartments’ Tower in Cotai Parcel 5&6, Macau until the end of 2017. In January 2008 he moved to Aedas Singapore where he was the Team Leader for Skypark in Marina Bay Sands. Subsequently he was involved in the construction stage of “Sentosa Boardwalk”, in Singapore, and thedesign of “Danga Bay” Concept Master Plan in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. From 2011, he has been co-leading the Design for Projects in Indonesia, and leading the opportunities in Cambodia, Philippines and Oman.
Some of the Projects in which Jose participated were award winning, like Marina Bay Sands, Sentosa Boardwalk and MNC Mixed-Use Tower.
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He has almost 30 years’ experience in Design, Design Development and overseeing a diversity of projects in Residential, Commercial, Institutional, Recreational, Transportation, Healthcare and Industrial. His passion in design and specific expertise in design development and detailing has made him one of the valuable contributors in transforming Architects 61 into one of the corporate design firms in Singapore.
Gieto and his team has won numerous limited design competitions, Changi Airport Terminal 1 Upgrade, The Coast at Sentosa Cove, Seascape and Cape Royal at Sentosa Cove, 42 Cairnhill Road (Tan Chin Tuan Mansion), NUH-Central Oral Health , NUS-Admin Building, NUS-EIM Labs, HSA at Outram and many others including the recent Esplanade Waterfront Theater. He has also been involved in Master Planning projects overseas in China, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam and won an international competition for Tai Nguyen’s Master Plan in Ho Chi Minh City.
Gieto was the Lead Designer responsible for “The Heeren” in Singapore a renowned retail commercial hub, which won the SIA Best Buildable Design Award in 1998, 4th SIA Micro Design Award (Merit) in 2004, Newton Gems Condominium which won Best Buildable Design Awards from BCA in 2004, SIA architectural Design Awards 2006 for Nanyang Junior College, 42 Cairnhill Road and People’s Association HQ (PAHQ) which won the URA Architectural Heritage Awards in 2008 and 2009 respectively. SIA Design Award for PAHQ 2011, BCA Green Mark Award, and Platinum for luxurious Residential development of Ardmore Three, Commercial and Institutional projects and many others including SIA Architectural Design Award 2015 for Ardmore Three Residences, LTA Excellence Design Award 2016 for Little India Downtown line station, S.ARCH Project Award (Best Completed Project) and Singapore Design Award (Spatial – Platinum) for NUS-Admin Building 2017.
His notable mixed-use institutional architecture are Heartbeat@Bedok, a pioneering integrated civic complex, and Singapore Red Cross House, a new headquarters building with historic conservation of the old building. Both are in Singapore and were commissioned through national design competitions. Prior to Ong&Ong, he started his career in mixed-use megaprojects such as the Marina Bay Financial Center and Marina One, landmark developments enhancing Singapore’s skyline under Kohn Pedersen Fox and at Architects61, respectively.
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Passionate about sharing his knowledge and skills with others, he is a frequent speaker at conferences, writes for technical publications, and has been a Lecturer at the Building and Construction Authority, and at the Real Estate & Construction Centre. Mr. Meur is also a Senior Member of the Institution of Engineers of Singapore and a fellow of the Society of Façade Engineering (UK). Mr. Meur joined DP Architects in 2016 to work on mega-projects and spearhead technical innovation.
His wealth of experience with façade design, buildability, procurement and contractors etc has ensured many projects regionally and in Singapore have been a success meeting the many stakeholders requirements.
John has a Bachelor Degree in Engineering, he is a corporate member of the Institute of Engineers (Australia) and a Chartered Professional Engineer (Australia). He also has a Post Graduate Diploma of Business Administration.
Kousik Toppe is an Architect by training and has a specialisation in Building Sciences. He is also an expert in handling building performance analysis tools such as CFD Analysis, Daylighting& Glare analysis, Solar studies for thermal and shadow analysis etc. He has a specific interest in finding a balance between active and passive design strategies to achieve smart and sustainable building design.
Currently serving as Sustainability Leader at Meinhardt Singapore (Pte) Ltd. – Singapore (a multi-disciplinary consultancy company).
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