2014 | Singapore

BASF Learning Campus, Rochester Park

Heritage-style door hardware and a tech upgrade for three repurposed former colonial houses


Originally British military residences, the three black and white colonial houses were repurposed as BASF’s new training retreat.

To conserve the unique heritage of the houses, Forum Architects commissioned KeyTech to provide an ironmongery specification that respected the traditional design.


KeyTech worked closely with the architect to specify, select and supply an appropriate choice of louvre, window, and door hardware. 

High-quality products in antique, unlacquered antique brass and bronze finishes reflect the site’s rich history. The authentic look is synonymous with the traditional architecture.

High-tech automatic sliding doors and access control systems conformed with all the functional and operational demands of the learning facility.

Successful completion

The BASF Learning Campus door furniture integrates seamlessly with the desired heritage look and feel. It is designed to meet the functional needs of the client for years to come.

KeyTech was commended for this work at the 2016-17 Architectural Ironmongery Specification Awards, under the International Category.