Spotted! Clement Zheng

Construction sites are an increasingly common fixture in Singapore’s urban landscape. With the completion of the mass rapid transit circle line, and construction of the downtown line well under way, construction sites, and the boundaries that define them, are a common interface in our experience of the city. Focusing on major road constructions which exhibit high dynamism and long duration, Clement Zheng‘s design thesis looks at the boundaries of our construction sites, not merely as a tool of segregating, but as an interface for both the workers within and the public without, integrating these fixtures into our urban landscape more coherently.

Clement designs with the geometry of the relationship between objects, users, and the context in mind. He believes in the enrichment of atmospheres through the exact placement of designed objects into everyday life. “I have a keen interest in phenomenology, sciences, and mathematics, and I enjoy designing in an empirical manner.”




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