Cities will endure, adapt beyond Covid-19 pandemic, say Bloomberg forum panellists

Pandemic should be just one of dozens of factors to consider in planning a city in future. Read more at straitstimes.com.

New exhibition: How a French-Swiss design master influenced Singapore’s urban planning

A new exhibition and series of talks at Alliance Française de Singapour examines the influence of a French-Swiss design master, at work a century ago, on the city we inhabit today. Born Charles-Édouard Jeanneret but assuming the moniker Le Corbusier (or ‘the crow-like one’) aged 33 in 1920, this pioneer of modern architecture reshaped our conception of the city -…


GE2020: 10 million population not a goal but a planning parameter, says Liu Thai Ker

The former chief planner stressed that the 10 million figure was the worst-case scenario. Read more at straitstimes.com.

How Singapore’s Architects Are Coping With The Circuit Breaker

It was pretty daunting in the beginning to be physically working in isolation. We are so used to face-to-face interactions with our colleagues and suddenly, it is no longer possible. Besides, our kind of work is heavily graphical, so it was tough to illustrate ideas by merely speaking over the phone.

“To me, every HDB block is as beautiful as Miss Universe.” – Architect Liu Thai-Ker on shaping a portrait of a city.

In a career spanning 50 years and counting, Liu Thai-Ker has helmed the Housing and Development Board (HDB) and Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), playing instrumental roles in the development of public housing in Singapore and in shaping revisions to the Concept Plan.


Singapore’s ‘Father of Urban Planning’ to spearhead government’s concept master planning project for Suva, Nadi and Lautoka

Singapore’s “Father of Urban Planning” – Doctor Liu Thai Ker who is the Chairman of Morrow Architects and Planners will be in Fiji l


Plans to transform Fiji’s urban centres

THE Attorney-General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has been briefed on the status of the urban planning project, and proposed recommendations regarding long-term urban development and planning for the greater Suva, Nadi and Lautoka areas. Dr Liu Thai Ker, Chairman of Morrow Architects and Planners had briefed Mr Sayed-Khaiyum during their meeting in Singapore this week.


The man who helped design China’s urban landscape

BORN: Singapore, Feb 23, 1938 EDUCATION: 1962: Bachelor of architecture, University of New South Wales 1965: Master’s in city planning, Yale University 1995: Doctor of science (honorary), University of New South Wales CAREER: 1969-89: Chief architect and CEO, Housing and Development Board of Singapore 1989-92: Chief planner and CEO, Urban

‘Architect Of Modern Singapore’ Brings Master Plan For Suva, Lautoka

The man dubbed as the “architect of modern Singapore” is in the country to map out a master plan for the greater Suva area and Lautoka. Liu Thai Ker, together by arieta vakasukawaqa, suva The man dubbed as the “architect of modern Singapore” is in the country to map out a master plan for the greater Suva area and Lautoka.

Intelligent Planning Needed To Transform Accra – Chairman of Morrow Architects

Dr Liu Thai Ker, Chairman of Morrow Architects & Planners Pte Limited, has said there is the need for intelligent planning and effective implementation of plans in order to achieve a liveable, sustainable and developed urban city.

2018 National Prizes: William J. Mitchell International Chapter Prize

The William J. Mitchell International Chapter Prize is awarded biennially in recognition of a significant contribution by an Australia-linked practitioner to architecture globally. In 2018 the International Chapter has selected Dr Liu Thai Ker FRAIA to receive this important acknowledgement.