is the Principal of Zarch Collaboratives. His portfolio spans architecture, landscape urbanism, art installations, curation, galleries and exhibitions. His works have received local and international recognition and have been featured in a number of architectural publications with awards including the SIA Architectural Design Award (Gold), URA Urban Heritage Award, Futurarc Green Leadership Award, IFLA AAPME Award (Outstanding). The firm’s projects mirror Randy’s fascination with sustainability, landscape urbanism, placemaking, community, heritage and narrative. Highlights include the Warehouse Hotel, No.17 Geylang Lorong 24A Shophouse, Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden Extension, Windsor Nature Park, Lien Villa and the Sustainable Singapore Gallery at Marina Barrage. In 2018, the Warehouse Hotel was awarded Hotel of the Year at the prestigious AHEAD Asia hospitality awards. Additionally, Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden and the Sustainable Singapore Gallery were shortlisted at the World Architecture Festival and the INSIDE World Festival of Interiors respectively.
Working at the intersection of art and architecture, Randy’s creative oeuvre includes stints as principal set and stage designer for the 2010 Singapore Youth Olympic Games ceremonies, several editions of the National Day Parade and Singapore’s Supergarden Pavilion at the 2008 Venice Biennale. Randy was appointed creative director and designer of the Singapore Pavilion at the World Expo 2005, 2012 and Singapore: Inside Out traveling exhibition 2015 and 2017. His artworks include Memory Conduit, Sonic Womb, File Not Found exhibited at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris and Building as a Body. A collaboration with local designer kwodrent and commissioned by the Singapore Art Museum, Building as a Body was awarded Design of the Year at the President’s Design Award 2012.
Randy currently serves on the Jury Panel of the Singapore Institute of Architects and is part of the Sub-Committee on Future Corporate Capabilities and Innovation, Committee on the Future Economy. Additionally, Randy serves on the Venice Biennale Artist Selection Panel and the Board of Directors, Wild Rice Theatre.