studioMilou singapore

studioMilou singapore was established in 2008 in order to supervise the design and construction of the National Gallery Singapore . In May 2008, Jean François Milou became an official member of the Singapore Board of Architects, as well as of the Singapore Institute of Architecture (SIA). Since 2010, studioMilou’s Singapore branch has concentrated on the development of new projects in Singapore and in Asia.

Trung Thanh Nguyen

senior architectural associate and manager born in Hanoi in 1985

Bachelor of Arts (Architecture), National University of Civil Engineering, Vietnam

Suzanne Ogge

head of international development & heritage projects
born in Melbourne in 1971
Masters in Ethnology: Ecole des hautes Etudes en sciences sociales, Paris
Post-Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies, Deakin University, Melbourne
1999-present Consultant for UNESCO Cultural Heritage Projects & Museum Development

Goh Jia Rong

senior architectural associate, exhibition designer
born in Singapore in 1985
Master of Architecture, National University of Singapore
Bachelor of Arts (Architecture) Honours, National University of Singapore

Chow Khoon Toong

senior architectural associate
born in Malaysia in 1985
Bachelor of Architecture Honours, National University of Malaysia (UKM)
Bachelor of Architectural Science Honours, National University of Malaysia (UKM)

Hui Loh Ong

architectural associate
born in Singapore in 1990
Master of Architecture, National University of Singapore
Bachelor of Arts (Architecture), National University of Singapore

Tung Lam Nguyen

architectural associate
born in Hanoi in 1987
Laurea Magistrale ( Master of Science), Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Bachelor of Arts (Architecture), National University of Civil Engineering, Vietnam

Carleen Lee

architectural assistant
born in Singapore in 1992
Master of Architecture, National University of Singapore
Bachelor of Arts (Architecture), National University of Singapore
Diploma in Retail & Hospitality Design, Singapore