PhD (USYD); B.Arch (USYD); B.Sc (Arch) (USYD).
Sing realised his undergraduate architectural studies at the University of Sydney, where he later returned to complete his PhD in architectural history.
His primary research interests relate to:
the role of music in the configuration of sacred and ritualised spaces, the architecture of the Early Modern Ibero-American realms (Spain, Portgual, their European possessions, the Americas & Asia 1450 - 1800), and in particular those of the Baroque period.
historic Australian interiors
contemporary Australian interiors
architecture and music
He is also a regular contributor to industry journals providing reviews on contemporary Sydney interiors, especially on innovative workplace design and hospitality.
d'Arcy, Sing. 2014. UNSW FBE Faculty Research Grant Program. 'Infill interiors: taking advantage of oversupply in Sydney CBD commercial tenancies'.
d'Arcy, Sing. 2013. ARC Centre for Excellence for the History of Emotions. 'Space, music and emotion: architecture and the organ in the Spanish Baroque'.
d'Arcy, Sing and Zamberlan, Lisa. 2013. UNSW Research Link Grant Program. 'Creative Districts: Surry Hills, Sydney'.
d'Arcy, Sing and Watson, Bruce. 2012. UNSW BE Learning + Teaching Action Research Grant 2012, 'Signposting feedback and critical reflection in the design studio'.