DP Architects


Mr. Meur joined DP Architects as a technical director in 2016 to work on mega-projects and spearhead technical innovation. Prior to joining DP Group, Mr. Meur worked at Meinhardt (Singapore) Pte Ltd as a Senior Structural Engineer from 1999.

Mr. Meur was heavily involved in the construction of The Dubai Mall which the largest mall in the world by total area and one of the significant DP's projects. The giant shopping center at 550,000 square meters is a ‘city within a city’ hosting programs of shopping, entertainment and leisure, and was in 2013 the world’s most visited leisure destination with 75 million visitors. Other significant project of Mr. Meur is Parkview Square in Singapore. The granite-clad, Art Deco building provides a contrast to the modern architecture of other Class A office buildings. The design, with its large garden in the forecourt, is unique in Singapore.

DP Architects has been involved with urban projects of immense scale and increasing diversity of function for five decades. The firm’s recent architectural works are some of the largest of their type in the world: Resorts World Sentosa, a mixed-use complex in Singapore, comprises five hotels and a number of entertainment centres; a series of some 30 retail mall projects along Singapore’s Orchard Road redeveloped an entire shopping corridor, which receives seven million visitors annually.