Hayball is one of Australia’s largest practices specialising in architecture, interior design and urban planning. In over 30 years, they have created hundreds of projects across Australia, South-East Asia and China – from single and multi-residential buildings to schools and universities, commercial developments and urban design for entire suburbs. Hayball creates outstanding buildings that enrich the lives of occupants with a sense of individuality, flexibility and enjoyment. Integrating architecture, interior design and urban design, Hayball specialises in stitching new projects into the existing urban fabric with emphasis on an architectural response that contributes to an area’s vibrancy and character.
Headquartered in Singapore, Ministry of Design was created by Colin Seah to question, disturb and redefine spaces, forms and experiences that surround us and give meaning to our world. Declared a “Rising Star of Architecture” by the Monocle Singapore Survey 2010, MOD won the prestigious “Designer of the Year” by the International Design Awards, USA 2010. An integrated spatial-design practice, MOD’s explorations are created amidst a democratic atmosphere and progress seamlessly between form, site, object and space. MOD begin each distinct project anew by seeking to do two things – draw deeply from context and dream freely to transcend convention. Each MOD project strives to be delightfully surprising, relevant, distinctly local but with true global appeal.