Mun Summ Wong is the co-Founding Director of WOHA, an internationally recognized architectural practice based in Singapore. Wong is a Professor in Practice at the National University of Singapore (Department of Architecture, School of Design & Environment). He also sits on the Nominating Committee of the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize and other design advisory panels in Singapore. The practice has won a number of architectural awards, such as the 2019 CTBUH Urban Habitat and Best Mixed-Use Building awards for Kampung Admiralty and the 2018 Best Tall Building Worldwide award for the Oasia Hotel Downtown.
06 May 2020
21 June–07 July 2017
14 June–07 July 2017
06 May 2020
As the world contends with the rippling effects of COVID-19, key questions have arisen around the responsiveness of dense cities with respect to the current...
28 July 2018
Oasia Hotel Downtown is a prototype of land use intensification in the tropics. Unlike the sleek and sealed skyscrapers that evolved in the temperate West,...
17 October 2016
The 20th-century city developed in response to industrialization and population growth, with a planning vision encoded in regulations that limited evolving with the times. The...