Spatial Anatomy designs objects, spaces and strategies for cities. The firm is known for its innovative design strategies towards liveability, productivity and resilience of urban environments.

Working across cultures and geographies, the practice maintains an international portfolio of projects at various scales. In response to today’s challenges in our built environment,

Spatial Anatomy intervenes through six strategic design approaches: legacy regeneration, new productive spaces, dense urban intersections, everyday infrastructure strategic ecosystems and objects in nature.

Founded in 2016, Spatial Anatomy is led by Calvin Chua, a UK registered architect, working at the intersection of design, planning and advocacy.

In parallel to running the practice, Calvin serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Singapore University of Technology and Design. He leads design research studio focusing on adaptive reuse and urban regeneration on urban peripheries.

In addition, Calvin is recognised as one of the leading voices on inter-Korea urban development issues. Recognised for his critical approach towards practice, Calvin was recently longlisted for Royal Academy of Arts Dorfman Award.
4B Lorong 32 Geylang
Singapore 398267