Team

Patryk Starzecki
Vineetha Jacob
Jasmine Yue
Lim Wee Lin
Jessmine Leong

Yong Ai Loon

In 1991, Yong Ai Loon started TIMUR DESIGNS, a small architecture consultancy firm with the aim of providing personal and direct services to the clients. To date, TIMUR DESIGNS has been conscious to maintain an ideal sized firm in order to maintain good collaboration with our clients.

Prior to 1991, Ai Loon had worked at another architectural firm where she helped win 2 design competitions for the Chinese High School & Hwa Chong Junior College and the Outward Bound Singapore on Pulau Ubin. Individually, she has also been involved in drawing up the Development Guide Plan for Changi Point.

In 1995, TIMUR DESIGNS was awarded an honourable mention at the 4th Singapore Institute of Architects Design Awards for the additions and alterations to Ai Loon’s own home, a corner terrace house at Makepeace Road, Singapore.

In 2004, Ai Loon was selected as one of the 20 architects featured in the URA publication “20 under 45”.

In 2009, TIMUR DESIGNS reached a major milestone by publishing 15 most significant projects in a book entitled “Timeless Tropical”.

Chan Wai Kin

In 1995, Chan Wai Kin joined TIMUR DESIGNS as a partner in an effort to provide a broader scope of work and to continue to improve the level of professional service to our clients.

Prior to 1991, Wai Kin had worked together with Ai Loon at another architectural firm where they helped win 2 design competitions for the Chinese High School & Hwa Chong Junior College and the Outward Bound Singapore on Pulau Ubin. Later, he was also involved in the design development of the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital as well as luxurious residences for the Royal Family of Brunei Darussalam.

In 2004, Wai Kin was selected as one of the 20 architects featured in the URA publication “20 under 45”.

In 2006, TIMUR DESIGNS won a design award in the Sports and Leisure category for the development of beach amenities on Palawan Beach in Sentosa.

In 2009, TIMUR DESIGNS reached a major milestone by publishing 15 most significant projects in a book entitled “Timeless Tropical”.

Jufri Yusoff

Jufri Yusoff joined TIMUR DESIGNS as a new graduate from the National University of Singapore in 1999. In 2004, Jufri Yusoff was made an associate in the firm.

In 2006, TIMUR DESIGNS won a design award in the Sports and Leisure category for the development of beach amenities on Palawan Beach in Sentosa, a project that Jufri was in charge of.

Since then, Jufri has remained as a significant member of the team, culminating in a major milestone in 2009, with the publishing of the book entitled “Timeless Tropical”, which features 15 most significant projects completed by the firm.

Team