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Pablo Dawid



Pablo, the Associate Designer at Alfa Tech VestAsia Pte Ltd, has accumulated design and project management experience in the short duration that he has been in Singapore and Malaysia. Pablo played a key role in the design and construction of four Mass Rapid Transit stations in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He possesses practical knowledge of the latest developments in architectural and interior design, and is also sensitive to the client’s needs. Furthermore, Pablo is proficient in communicating architectural design in several forms of media such as 3-D modelling software programs, physical models, hand sketches and the standard suite of engineering programs

Born and educated in the Spain, Pablo received his undergraduate degree in Architecture from the

University of Navarra, Spain in 2012.

Some of Pablo’s recent involvements include:

Lead designer for Schellenberg-Wittmer’s office in Singapore CBD. Designed the office according to the client’s corporate image and ensured an intelligent use of space to include partner rooms, a board room & a reception/waiting area that met the client’s needs.

Project cost controller and member of the design team for the Bukit Bintang, Merdeka, Pasar Seni and Sentral MRT Stations in Kuala Lumpur. He was responsible for the interior design of the floors, false ceilings, feature walls and external ventilation shafts. Also made significant design contributions to the Merdeka station’s canopies and façade of the Pasar Seni station which was inspired by the rivers that were the starting point of Kuala Lumpur’s development as a city. For the Sentral Station, the design highlights for the interior of the station include the stone walls that represent the strength of Malaysia’s heritage and steel plates that represent the modernity of the city.

One of the lead designers for Bandar Mahkota in Kuala Lumpur, the master plan proposal for a mixed commercial and residential development in the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur by OCB Berhad. Responsible for coming up with two proposals, a high-density and a medium density one, which focused on synthesizing urbanity with nature.