Hakka Cultural Center Has Entered the Third Level of Structural Construction.

Hakka cultural center has entered the third level of structural construction. Hakka Cultural Center will be a limited community to the Hakka Chinese community, but to embrace the public from all elements and layers of society

The design of the Hakka Cultural Center is an Hakka – Chinese architectural building known as Tulou. Tulou’s literal meaning is “Earth House” as the basic material components of the house are from the earth base, such as soil, rocks, bamboo, and wood. The mixture of the Tulou’s ancient characteristics and modern architecture elements as the basic principles of the design for this cultural project.


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Singkawang Cultural Center, Featured by National Television, NET TV


Singkawang Cultural Center project is featured in one of the national television news, NET TV. The principal of PHL Architects, Patrick Lim explained the construction process of Singkawang Cultural Center which utilizes the existing building as part of the new building to maximize construction time.

Singkawang Cultural Center is a building that promotes the culture and arts in Singkawang. It is a space aims to strengthen the bond between people of the community through engagement with arts and cultural activities. Singkawang heritage through the architectural design of the building, the local cuisine, performing arts, and visual arts in the display within the building. Singkawang Cultural Center can be a meeting point in small communities where people come together to preserve tradition and develope cultural activities