Lian Huat & Co started as a nutmeg and mace trader in 1957 and later developed to an international trader of spice capitalizing on Singapore’s prominent geographical position and infrastructure with its sophisticated port facilities. In 1965, the Group ventured into real estate investments, successfully taking advantage of Singapore’s rapid urban development and with visionary foresight and policies, capitalised on real estate development programmes and investments.
Currently, Lian Huat Group has business interests in Singapore, Australia and China and its business activities cover the whole spectrum of property development, property investments as well as managing hotels and serviced apartments in these regions.
Lian Huat Group prides itself on being able to consistently deliver returns and quality products to its customers, tenants and guests. Thanks to the diligence, determination and passionate dedication of its team, returns on Lian Huat Group’s diverse portfolio are consistently high by industry average and generate healthy profits thus providing opportunities to fund future projects and investments.
A D Lab Pte Ltd is centred on creating new or emergent experiences by addressing the specific site, economics and program of each individual project.
The architectural firm A D Lab Pte Ltd was set up by Warren Liu Yaw Lin and Darlene Smyth. The design firm is centred on creating new or emergent experiences by addressing the specific site, economics and programme of each individual project. In all of the work by A D Lab, there is an intensive search for a convergence to a simple and elegant solution that evokes a sense of complexity and at the same time solves all the issues and concerns of the design in an economical and poetic manner. This solution synthesizes parallel design objectives of the context, the cost, the programme and environmental concerns while giving the buildings their identities and expressions. Some of the particular issues within the projects are the adaptability of space, the prolonging of the occupancy life span of buildings, the integration of systems and the relation of the spaces with the environment.