Our Space & Vision
ROKU Atelier was created to be a space to bring together a community with a love for creating real, physical objects of beauty in the form of art. People who believe in the value of disconnecting from the digital, to be more mindful of the moment, of human connections, of every touch of the brush on canvas.
We're not for everyone, but we're excited to have a small group of people who identify with our vision, and we know you're out there. We don't feed you a standard way of creating art, we teach the skills and help you find your own style. What you do with it is your freedom of expression.
Our peaceful and well-lit studio is a hidden gem on a rooftop garden in the North of Singapore, near neighbouring housing estates. We have designed the best possible environment for art-making, where everyone feels comfortable and at home. This is the perfect spot to spend your relaxing weekends and evenings. When you step through the door, leave everything behind.
Max is a multidisciplinary artist and designer. Prior to starting ROKU Atelier, he worked at Asif Khan and Haptic Architects in London and graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London with honours.
He has previously won awards at the prestigious UOB Painting of the Year and the Singapore Airlines Art Competition. One of his collaborations includes a pop-up exhibition at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
In 2017, his project 'City Farm of the Future' was awarded the 1st prize at the Shelter International Architectural Design Competition at the final jury at the Tokyo International Forum. The judging panel was chaired by architect Yoshiharu Tsukamoto of Atelier Bow-Wow. The project was also featured in the February 2018 edition of Shinkenchiku.
Max's practice ranges from art to interior and furniture design to architectural visualisation, modelmaking and illustration.