Edited by Patrick Bingham-Hall
Text by Robert Powell
Photographs by Patrick Bingham-Hall
Singapore Architecture chronicles the fascinating architectural heritage of Asia’s crossroads city.
Singapore’s exotic mix of people and colourful history is reflected in the city’s architecture. The early temples, shophouses and colonial monuments are documented, through to the growth of the modern city and a skyline that reflects Singapore’s role as a global city.
The broad spectrum of Singapore’s buildings is displayed with private houses, public buildings, public housing, shrines, mosques and office towers.
Landmark buildings in downtown Singapore have been designed by celebrated international architects, and the recent work of local architects represents a unique and dynamic mix of cross-cultural influences, combining Asian style with a thorough knowledge of Modern architecture.
- Date of Publication : 2003
- ISBN : 978-1-887015-06-9
- ISBN : 1-877015-06-7
- Dimensions : 230 x 240 mm (Portrait)
- Extent : 144 pages
- Format : Hardback with Slip Cover