Low Keng Huat (Singapore) Limited (“LKHS”) is a builder established since 1969. Today its business has grown to encompass property development, investments and hotels. Major development projects includes Duchess Residences, One North Residences, Kismis Residences, Parkland Residences, The Minton, Uptown @ Farrer and Paya Lebar Square. Its main investment properties include retail malls at Paya Lebar Square and BT Centre in Singapore.
It focuses on constructing in-house development and investment projects. LKHS owns and operates deluxe hotel in Perth (Australia) under the in-house brand Duxton Hotel. In addition LKHS owns serviced apartments in Singapore, Citadines Balestier and Lyf @ Farrer, and both are operated and managed by The Ascott Group. Its other hospitality related business in Singapore is the food and beverage business under our in-house brand name Carnivore.
DP Architects is a leading multidisciplinary design practice in Asia with 900 staff in 16 global offices strategically linked from Shanghai to London, and 8 specialist companies providing a range of services from architecture and urban planning to engineering, sustainable design, interior, facade and landscape design. Founded in 1967, it has built a deep portfolio of works including People’s Park Complex, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, Our Tampines Hub, Sengkang Hospital Campus and Paya Lebar Quarters. From Singapore, the ideas and techniques of the firm have since expanded to projects across 77 countries. The DPA group of companies function as One Global Studio; harnessing the collective design experience and knowledge of its people as well as tapping into its rich pool of resources and data to deliver fully coordinated, innovative and well-calibrated design solutions at all scales, contributing to a city’s long-term sustainability and socio-economic health.
KOP Properties is continually on a mission to fundamentally rethink and reinvent the places and ways in which we live. By identifying gaps and anticipating needs, it creates distinctive and unprecedented concepts which lead the trend in luxury real estate market. KOP’s maiden project, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Singapore, Cairnhill, was the first outside of North America and its Hamilton Scotts was the world’s tallest luxury condominium with en-suite car porches, a first in the region. Dalvey Haus which possesses the most exclusive residential address is poised as the hallmark of KOP’s understated design and elegance. In luxury hospitality, KOP brought the concept of family resort lifestyle to a whole new level with its award-winning brand, Montigo Resorts. Its Wintastar, Shanghai will be the world’s largest integrated sports-entertainment-tourism indoor ski resort.
STX Landscape Architects (formerly Sitetectonix Pte Ltd) are professional landscape architects and urban designers in Singapore. A track record of over 25 years in the design industry has endowed STX with a rich and diversified portfolio of commercial, institutional, hospitality and residential projects at all scales, spanning throughout Asia, many of which have won recognition and awards. STX received the Award of Excellence at the International Federation of Landscape Architects Congress in 2014 for the National University of Singapore University Town project; The President’s Design Award Singapore, Design of the Year for Oasia Downtown Hotel in 2018, The Award of Excellence at the IFLA Congress for Archipelago in 2019.
Leading the regional design scene since 1980, LTW is an international studio specialising in luxury hospitality interiors. With a portfolio that includes the world’s top hoteliers and luxury developers, LTW has designed more than 120 hotels on five continents and currently has over 20 projects in development. Some of their notable projects include Four Seasons Seoul, Grand Hyatt Xi’an, Shangri-La Colombo and Ritz Carlton Hong Kong. Based in Singapore with satellite offices in Beijing and Shanghai, LTW has assembled a multilingual and culturally diverse team of over 100 creative professionals working across a broad spectrum of design disciplines.