RSP is thrilled to be a part of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s (CTBUH) 2023 International Conference. Held on the the fourth day of the six day conference, international delegates embarked on an offsite guided visit at several locations in Singapore, including NTU’s Gaia.
RSP’s Senior Associate and architect for Gaia, Loh Kee Soon, was invited to present on the University building’s sustainable features, being Asia’s largest mass-engineered timber building and certified Platinum (Zero Energy) building by Building Construction & Authority’s Green Mark Award. An exclusive tour of Gaia for industry practitioners was also held, where Kee Soon had the opportunity to show the building’s key sustainable features, insights on Gaia’s architecture and its wooden structure.
Image credits: Will Miranda
RSP’s projects, CapitaSpring and The Interlace has also clinched awards at the CTBUH 2023 International Conference Awards Ceremony. We’re proud to share that CapitaSpring has received awards in 4 different categories, with 2 of them being the overall category winner.
- The Interlace: 10-Year Award of Excellence
- CapitaSpring: Best Tall Building 200-299 metres (overall category winner)
- CapitaSpring: Best Tall Building Asia (overall category winner)
- CapitaSpring: Systems Award – Façade System
- CapitaSpring: Systems Award – MEP System
RSP’s Director and architect of CapitaSpring, Nina Loo, joined Kee Soon on the guided tour of Gaia in support. Earlier this year, CapitaSpring was awarded the prestigious 2023 President*s Design Award where the team attended the ceremony at the Istana to accept a trophy from Madam Halimah Yacob, President of the Republic of Singapore.