Runddy Ramilo

Runddy Ramilo

Singapore, SG



Runddy is an APEC and ASEAN Architect, Hospitality Designer, LEED Accredited Professional with specialization in hospitality and digital innovation for sustainable design. He has over 18 years international experience from world best design firms in Singapore designing and delivering high end hotel and resorts projects in number of cities in Asia and Middle East such as Hilton, Shangri-la, Hyatt, Sheraton, Taj, Radisson, W Hotels and Marina Bay Sands.

He had led a multicultural team of architects and interior designers as Associate and Design Manager delivering and managing projects from schematic, design development up to construction documentation. Equipped with the ability for quick space planning and formulation of creative design concepts, he was the Principal Designer of several award-winning hospitality projects.

Aside from design practice, he is active in design research through post-doctoral fellowship. He is a Reviewer of several referred academic journals such as Frontiers of Architectural Research (Elsevier) and Journal of Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management. He maintains strong alliance with research at CodeLab, Curtin University Australia and University of Technology Malaysia. His research expertise are smart hospitality, spatio-temporal hospitality design spaces, BIM and digital innovation for sustainable design in the tropics exploring energy efficient building skins. He presented his research works in numerous referred international conferences and published in high impact factor journals.

He obtained his Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture at Deakin University Australia and UTM where he graduated with Merit Award, Graduate Research Studies in computational design at National University of Singapore, Masters and Bachelor of Science in Architecture through full scholarship in Philippines.



UTM & Deakin University, PhD, Architecture+Digital Innovation

Practice-based research centered at the intersection of digital innovation (BIM, Parametric Design, Building Performance Modelling) and technology management for the application of computational design for improving and enhancing the design, quality of the built environment, construction procurement through research centered around design and practice management.

Jan 2009 - Nov 2015

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