The residential project Win Sing - Matisse, carefully crafted by Win Sing and Cheng Gee Construction, was honored at the 2011 13th National Golden Awards for Architecture. The award ceremony was held on October 12 on the Conference Hall at the second floor of the Civil Service Development Institute. General Manager Jenny Yeh attended the event to receive the award on behalf of Win Sing and thank the industry, government, and academic sectors for their support and encouragement.
In terms of construction planning, the site of Win Sing - Matisse is long and narrow. Allocation and ideas about spatial scale focused on how to best orient each area, allowing nature to dexterously partake in the living space of every resident, so that every family and every resident can enjoy the best lighting and spacious views. The overall building process included: The original intention behind the planning of this building was to take elements such as changes in wind direction and lighting, natural integration with the environment, and residents’ actual needs in their living spaces; consider them; and reach a most balanced state.
For the design of this building, Win Sing prioritized the connection between each household and the natural environment. The needs of residents became the most important matters for consideration. Win Sing boarded the design from the living space aspect, allowing the most suitable facade to emerge naturally.