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Lee Tat Haur

Adjunct Lecturer

3D Design


Master of Architecture and Building Engineering
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Bachelor of Architecture (Hons)
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University), Australia

Registered Architect, Board of Architects Singapore

Corporate Member, Singapore Institute of Architects


An Architect and founder of TAt Architects, Tat Haur has rich experience in managing projects of various scales, including commercial, residential, places of worship and urban design. He had previously worked at DP Architects and the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA).

A winner of the “PubliCity: Your Ideas for Public Spaces Competition” organised by URA in 2014, Tat Haur is also a researcher and writer on architectural and urbanism. Tat Haur’s submission (in collaboration with Formspace Architects) of the Archifest Pavilion Design Competition 2020 organised by the Singapore Institute of Architects was awarded a Special Mention.

The highlights of his publications and exhibition are:

  • “Simple Pleasures” – A Collective Exhibition Showcasing a Vast Range of Creative Works by Practitioners, 2013, Lim Hak Tai Gallery, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
  • Author, “Context and Identity in Singapore Public Housing” from extra! eyes on the world, 2002
  • Co-Author with Associate Professor Tsukamoto Yoshiharu (Tokyo Institute of Technology), “River City Axis Urban Planning – Project Proposals” from 10+1: Tokyo Recycle Projects: From Building to Using Urban Space, No. 21, 2000, INAX, Japan
  • Co-Author with Annie McIntyre, “Promedicus” from Transition 52/53, 1996. RMIT, Melbourne, Australia

An advocate of architectural and environmental design education, Tat Haur has taught part-time at the Department of Architecture at the National University of Singapore, School of Design at Temasek Polytechnic and the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. Tat Haur has given a public talk on architectural and urbanism in Japan and has been a moderator in workshops such as the NIKKEI x NUS Enterprise Forum – “Japan-Singapore Smart City EcoSystem Dialogue” in 2019.