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Jirawit Yamkleeb

Singapore, Singapore

Designer (architecture)

Member since May 22, 2007


  • Interiorisation of Urban Space

    Arts & Culture, Environmental Design

    Chinatown, Singapore

    This photo was taken from somewhere in Chinatown during a festive season. Talking about Chinese ceremonies you can hardly avoid a ten-course meal and stage performances. With the lack of open space to hold a large number of people, streets are sometimes temporarily converted into Urban Ballrooms.

    See more interesting photos and stories from Singapore at urban-o-mania

  • Interiorisation of Urban Space

    Environment, Environmental Design

    Chinatown, Singapore

    This photo was taken from somewhere in Chinatown during a festive season. Talking about Chinese ceremonies you can hardly avoid a ten-course meal and stage performances. With the lack of open space to hold a large number of people, streets are sometimes temporarily converted into Urban Ballrooms.

    See more interesting photos and stories from Singapore at urban-o-mania

  • Illuminating City

    Environment, Environmental Design

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    Marina Bay, Singapore

    The World's first F1 night race takes place in Singapore on 28th September 2008. Since the race begins at night, lighting is a key factor to ensure safety of drivers. The system requires about 3000 lux to illuminate the circuit up to 4 times brighter than a typical stadium. This has resulted in a pretty interesting urban phenomenon - Illuminating City.

    See more interesting photos and stories from Singapore at urban-o-mania

  • Condensing City

    Environment, Environmental Design

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    Boat Quay, Singapore

    Step aside from the bustling flow of tourists to the back lanes of Boat Quay and you will find something really phenomenal: a city of air-con condensing units. Narrow streets are filled with humming noise and hot air generated from those little boxes. These old shophouses were originally designed for residential or small business purposes, once converted into a restaurant or a bar, a good M&E engineer is needed in order to keep the building looking good from all angles.

    See more interesting photos and stories from Singapore at urban-o-mania

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My Interests

  • Industrial Design
  • Environmental Design
  • Communication Design
  • Fashion Design
  • Audio/Visual Design