BIM Module Projects

Group 1- Proposal for TAL International University

PF 4206 BIM MODULE 2015

Brief: The design we proposed blended the simplicity of structural efficiency with the delight of interactive spaces by utilizing a 'stacked blocks' layout. This allowed us the freedom of having functional spaces while also incorporating ancillary spaces for student activities. It is in this way that we are able to create a conducive yet vibrant environment for students of the School of Built Design.

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Group 2- Proposal for University of Soleil

PF 4206 BIM MODULE 2015

Brief: The proposed University of Soleil will be expecting 20,000 students studying in Singapore with the University of Soleil International Programmes. With a mission to nurture thoughtful leaders of tomorrow through the pursuit of education, learning and research with excellence and a vision to build bridges and link lives, University of Soleil envision the its insitutes to be a place, not just to serve the educational needs of the institution, but also as a breeding ground for love, warmth, friendliness, co-operation, understanding and forgiveness amidst human interactions.

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Group 3- Proposed building for SIT new campus

PF 4206 BIM MODULE 2015

Brief :The proximity of the Punggol Waterway and Punggol Promenade Nature Walk provides an opportunity for enhanced learning for the students from Environmental Studies and Geography and further serves as an inspirational learning environment where nature integrates seamlessly with learning.Besides the provision of educational needs, the new campus is set to integrate with the existing creative industry cluster built by JTC. This is to promote collaborations and sharing of facilities within the two entities.

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Group 4- Proposed Building for Univeristy of Marina bay

PF 4206 BIM MODULE 2015

Brief : The school is placed in the beautiful and newly developed area Marina Bay and is surrounded by spectacular architecture, futuristic gardens and in the middle of the city center. The campus is close to two MRT-stations and it is just a short trip to the water, Gardens by the Bay or Marina Bay Sands.


Group 5- Proposed Building for Stanford-NTU

PF 4206 BIM MODULE 2015

brief: Due to the Chinese heritage of NTU, the campus design of Stanford-NTU College makes much reference to the Chinese quadrangles or Siheyuan, a traditional type of residence in China. By this name, a typical Chinese quadrangle comprises a courtyard surrounded by buildings on all four sides along the North-South direction, where the main entrance is on the Southern side.

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