For the pursuit of a humanistic architecture and planning approaches that are meaningful for its occupants and time, characterised by harmonious proportions, rational composition, suffused with natural light, informed by the site and climate, and built with a respect for local history, culture and materials
Chu Lik Ren
Lik Ren is a registered architect based in Singapore and has over 20 years of experience in master-planning, architectural design, interior design, detailing, project management and implementation of a wide-range of building project types in Singapore and overseas. He has designed and implemented residential, educational, cultural, community, recreational, conservation and transportation projects. His conversion of the old Tao Nan School on Armenian Street to the Asian Civilisations Museum from 1992-1996 while he was with the then PWD was awarded the URA Architectural Heritage Award in 1998. His designs for various private residences were featured in regional publications and he was one of the “20 Under 45” group of architects featured in the URA exhibition in 2004. He is also a committed educator with regular teaching engagements in National University of Singapore and has previously taught at the Singapore Polytechnic. He is a regular contributing writer to regional architectural magazines.