BRYAN CHNG JING SIANG

3D Design

Diploma in Design (Landscape and Architecture)

Gallery

SG50 Lantern Festiva...

Joint project between Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Town Council and the People's association to decorate the spaces in Chinatown, Singapore for the annual mid-autumn lantern festival.

Biography

Bryan Chng is a graduate from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) Singapore, majoring in Landscape & Architectural design. Bryan’s passion in art and design since young has driven him to further his works and has won him a scholarship with NAFA. He has completed 2.5 months of internship with CPG Corporation Urban Planning division. He assisted the urban planning division by participating in both overseas and local projects. During this period, He experienced the realities working in an architectural firm and his interest in landscape architecture grew even more. Bryan is also a participating member in the design team that did the 2015 mid-autumn festival’s lantern placed all around Chinatown, organized by the People’s Association.

When the time comes, Bryan wishes to pursue a long time career in a landscape architectural firm, bringing along his knowledge and experience into the field, contributing his input in ways that He can.

AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Scholarship Recipient 2015
  • Designer for Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival 2015
  • URA Forgotten Space 2015
  • Singapore Zoological Garden Long Service Award 2014

EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

  • For my internship, I was attached to CPG Consultants which lasted from May to July 2015. Being placed in a team of five, I was given the chance to assist the architects in the area of construction drawings, assisting in client presentations, coordination of meetings and the design aspect of local and overseas project. My supervisors brought me to meetings whenever they could and we often find ourselves racking our brains for ideas together. I was eventually awarded a distinction for this internship module and gained valuable experience from all my colleagues at CPG Consultants.
  • In August 2015, I was selected to be part of the Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival 2015 design team organised by the People’s Association. I participated in the planning, coordination and design of an estimated 7000 lanterns which includes a 12 by 6 metre centerpiece that were placed around Chinatown. That centerpiece was also my first 1:1 model ever built to scale successfully. Our design team was also featured on national news for this project. Attached in my portfolio is a news article, featuring my interview with the media.
  • During the third year of my NAFA studies, I was awarded the MOE bursary and an educational scholarship by Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho.