About TAS

The logo was designed by a student member of TAS, Lai Chee Kien, who today is an eminent Architect and Historian on the heritage in the region.

The Architecture Society (TAS) is a student body registered in Singapore since 12 Jan 1980.

Its objectives are:

  1. To promote architectural education and practice relevant to the needs of society.
  2. To promote and safeguard the interests of students of Architecture at the National University of Singapore (NUS).
  3. To foster corporate life among students of Architecture  at NUS without regard to race, religion or politics.
  4. To establish a better dialogue with local, regional and international Architectural institutions.

The  Society is located at:

Department of Architecture
School of Design and Environment
4 Architecture Drive
National University of Singapore
Singapore 117566.

UEN: S72SS0014B

For more information, please contact enquiry@tas.org.sg

Read the Constitution

The Architecture Society, NUS is registered with the Registry of Societies of Singapore.(https://app.ros.gov.sg/ui/index/index.aspx). It is formed by students of the National University of Singapore (NUS) and is a self-governing body.
The Architecture Society, NUS is not part of the legal entity of NUS. It does not represent NUS and cannot act or make any representation on its behalf.
Any views or activities of The Architecture Society, NUS are solely those of the society and its members. They do not necessarily represent the position of NUS. The activities and views of The Architecture Society, NUS are the sole responsibilities of the society and of its members.

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