View of The Concourse from Golden Mile Tower.

Architectural Gold along Beach Road

Starting from the tip of the War Memorial Park up to the mouth of the Kallang River, Beach Road is a historic stretch that is home to perhaps some of the most underappreciated architectural gems in Singapore. Located along the

View of The Concourse from Golden Mile Tower.

Architectural Gold along Beach Road

Starting from the tip of the War Memorial Park up to the mouth of the Kallang River, Beach Road is a historic stretch that is home to perhaps some of the most underappreciated architectural gems in Singapore. Located along the

The Federal building is one of five two storey houses that were built to serve the students and faculty members of the original Raffles College.

The former Raffles College: Where education and architecture collide

The relationship between architecture and education is often an intriguing one. Whether it’s meant for practicality, or to foster creativity within the community, there is perhaps none that historically stands out more than the NUS Bukit Timah Campus, which first

The Federal building is one of five two storey houses that were built to serve the students and faculty members of the original Raffles College.

The former Raffles College: Where education and architecture collide

The relationship between architecture and education is often an intriguing one. Whether it’s meant for practicality, or to foster creativity within the community, there is perhaps none that historically stands out more than the NUS Bukit Timah Campus, which first

Started in 2006, the Banglar Kantha is distributed to the estimated 160,000 strong Bangladeshi Community in Singapore. Like any regular newspaper, it has a talent pool of some 60 writers, many of whom submit their articles via their mobile phones or even to Dibrasham’s Facebook Page.

Dibashram – A Communal-Cultural Space for Singapore’s Migrant Workers

For 24-year old Shujjal, who recently appeared in a play titled ‘No Man’s Land’ as part of the 2015 edition of OH! Open House edition-Joo Chiat, Dibashram has been his home away from home for the past two years, a

Started in 2006, the Banglar Kantha is distributed to the estimated 160,000 strong Bangladeshi Community in Singapore. Like any regular newspaper, it has a talent pool of some 60 writers, many of whom submit their articles via their mobile phones or even to Dibrasham’s Facebook Page.

Dibashram – A Communal-Cultural Space for Singapore’s Migrant Workers

For 24-year old Shujjal, who recently appeared in a play titled ‘No Man’s Land’ as part of the 2015 edition of OH! Open House edition-Joo Chiat, Dibashram has been his home away from home for the past two years, a

The workstation of a master ring maker

Da Kwong Jewellery

Tucked away in a quieter part of Ang Mo Kio, the inconspicuous neighbourhood shop of Da Kwong Jewellery is constantly filled with a surprisingly pleasant Cantonese banter between customer and shopowner. While jade, yellow gold and pearl remain staples in

The workstation of a master ring maker

Da Kwong Jewellery

Tucked away in a quieter part of Ang Mo Kio, the inconspicuous neighbourhood shop of Da Kwong Jewellery is constantly filled with a surprisingly pleasant Cantonese banter between customer and shopowner. While jade, yellow gold and pearl remain staples in

On weekend mornings, visitors can be seen conducting Hakka rituals to pay respects to the deceased at Ying Fo Fui Kun Cemetery.

The uncommon side of Commonwealth and Holland Village

From a very ‘Royal’ HDB to Singapore’s last remaining Hakka Cemetery, visitors can now explore the more uncommon parts of Commonwealth and Holland Village, thanks to a careful designed tour by the team at My Community. Chip Bee Gardens &

On weekend mornings, visitors can be seen conducting Hakka rituals to pay respects to the deceased at Ying Fo Fui Kun Cemetery.

The uncommon side of Commonwealth and Holland Village

From a very ‘Royal’ HDB to Singapore’s last remaining Hakka Cemetery, visitors can now explore the more uncommon parts of Commonwealth and Holland Village, thanks to a careful designed tour by the team at My Community. Chip Bee Gardens &

Old powerboxes and redbricks for the Brickworks factory nearby.

Tiong Bahru Air-Raid Shelter

While Tiong Bahru’s future is fought today as a war of words between businesses of the old against the new, the iconic estate’s involvement in World War II is literally hidden from the man on the street. Tucked away beneath

Old powerboxes and redbricks for the Brickworks factory nearby.

Tiong Bahru Air-Raid Shelter

While Tiong Bahru’s future is fought today as a war of words between businesses of the old against the new, the iconic estate’s involvement in World War II is literally hidden from the man on the street. Tucked away beneath

A rare sight of the full expanse of one of the houses. Unlike traditional black and white houses, little to none of the features that made their predecessors famous is visible save for the colour of the house itself.

The Curious Case of the Black and Whites at Woodleigh Park

Better known as the former white elephant station along the Northeast Line, it is hard to find the significance of Woodleigh historically beyond it being part of the former expanse of the Bidadari Cemetery. Yet tucked away in Woodleigh Park,

A rare sight of the full expanse of one of the houses. Unlike traditional black and white houses, little to none of the features that made their predecessors famous is visible save for the colour of the house itself.

The Curious Case of the Black and Whites at Woodleigh Park

Better known as the former white elephant station along the Northeast Line, it is hard to find the significance of Woodleigh historically beyond it being part of the former expanse of the Bidadari Cemetery. Yet tucked away in Woodleigh Park,