This book was the first volume of several to be published by Pesaro on WOHA Architects, now regarded as Southeast Asia’s most innovative and successful architectural practice.
Singapore-based WOHA were founded by Wong Mun Summ and Richard Hassell in 1994. A reflective conceptual approach aligned with an insistence on meticulous detailing resulted in an elegant and distinctive architectural expression.
This approach, combining an adventurous temperament with technological dexterity, has seen WOHA’s architecture move well beyond the constraints of regional tropical design.
Text by Anna Johnson
Essays by Leon Van Schaik, William Lim, and Erwin Viray
Photographed and edited by Patrick Bingham-Hall