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Citi Wealth Hub, Ministry of Design Pte Ltd | International Design Awards Winners
Citi Wealth Hub, Ministry of Design Pte Ltd | International Design Awards Winners
Citi Wealth Hub, Ministry of Design Pte Ltd | International Design Awards Winners
Citi Wealth Hub, Ministry of Design Pte Ltd | International Design Awards Winners
Citi Wealth Hub, Ministry of Design Pte Ltd | International Design Awards Winners
Citi Wealth Hub, Ministry of Design Pte Ltd | International Design Awards Winners
Citi Wealth Hub, Ministry of Design Pte Ltd | International Design Awards Winners
Citi Wealth Hub, Ministry of Design Pte Ltd | International Design Awards Winners
Citi Wealth Hub, Ministry of Design Pte Ltd | International Design Awards Winners
Citi Wealth Hub, Ministry of Design Pte Ltd | International Design Awards Winners
Citi Wealth Hub, Ministry of Design Pte Ltd | International Design Awards Winners

Citi Wealth Hub

CompanyMinistry of Design Pte Ltd
Lead DesignersColin Seah
Design TeamJoyce, Ruth, Colin, Fon, Fai, Namrata, Nong, Justin, Zhang Hang, Kevin, Sze May, Richard, Rais, Tasminah, Azilawati, Iqbal, Maggie.
Project LocationSingapore
ClientCitibank Singapore
CreditsPhotos by: KHOOGJ
Prize(s)Honorable Mention
Project LinkView
Entry Description

A Banking Conservatory

Citibank’s brief was to “create a world-class wealth hub”, which would become their largest in the world. Inspired by the site’s soaring glass-lined atrium, we created a lush thriving indoor conservatory, harnessing biophilic design, and nestled lifestyle spaces within it: observation deck, feature bar, banquette seating, lounge niches and garden meeting pods. Just as it is functional, the analogy of prosperity through lush gardens is symbolic. We believe this sets a new benchmark for wealth hubs: redefining luxury in lush greenery, not typical “marble and chandeliers".

Bio

Question, Disturb and Redefine!
Through a series of architectural & interior architectural explorations, Ministry of Design is positioned as an integrated spatial-design practice that consciously blurs prevalent intellectual & literal boundaries between interior space & exterior form. Acknowledging the limitations of these distinctions on our design process, Ministry of Design's explorations are created amidst a democratic "studio-like" atmosphere and progress seamlessly between form, site, object and space.