Category Archives: Our Physical Heritage

Singapore has many more secrets then one could ever find, sometimes i hop on my bicycle and try to find the more remote places out.

National Aerated Water Company – an Industrial Art Deco icon

Sinalco, Kickapoo and Art Deco are perhaps three of the most synonymous terms associated with the recently auctioned off National Aerated Water Company (NAWC), an architectural icon of Singapore’s industrial age that has stood prominently along 1117 Upper Serangoon Road

National Aerated Water Company – an Industrial Art Deco icon

Sinalco, Kickapoo and Art Deco are perhaps three of the most synonymous terms associated with the recently auctioned off National Aerated Water Company (NAWC), an architectural icon of Singapore’s industrial age that has stood prominently along 1117 Upper Serangoon Road

Post-war Civil Service Quarters (Monk’s Hill Flats) at Windstedt Road

  Built during the early 1950s to house employees of Singapore’s newly formed City Council, the black and white flats along Winstedt Road represented a unique shift towards the “architecture of economy” during the early post-war years. Designed by City

Post-war Civil Service Quarters (Monk’s Hill Flats) at Windstedt Road

  Built during the early 1950s to house employees of Singapore’s newly formed City Council, the black and white flats along Winstedt Road represented a unique shift towards the “architecture of economy” during the early post-war years. Designed by City

Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital & Nursing Home

Located along the junction of Balestier and Serangoon Road, the 107-year old Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital & Nursing Home is one of Singapore’s oldest charitable healthcare institutions, with a history dating back to 1861, when parts of the current building

Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital & Nursing Home

Located along the junction of Balestier and Serangoon Road, the 107-year old Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital & Nursing Home is one of Singapore’s oldest charitable healthcare institutions, with a history dating back to 1861, when parts of the current building

2016: A Year in Review

2016 has been a year where the state of the present and fear for the future has taken centrestage. Yet in our ever-changing landscape, the constant need for change means that historical and heritage issues are always happening just around

2016: A Year in Review

2016 has been a year where the state of the present and fear for the future has taken centrestage. Yet in our ever-changing landscape, the constant need for change means that historical and heritage issues are always happening just around

Running at Tampines Eco Green

Located just opposite Sun Plaza Park, Tampines Eco Green is a sprawling 36-hectare nature area that provides an ideal trail running route for beginners. Opened in 2011 in perhaps the most mature estate in the East, the park is home

Running at Tampines Eco Green

Located just opposite Sun Plaza Park, Tampines Eco Green is a sprawling 36-hectare nature area that provides an ideal trail running route for beginners. Opened in 2011 in perhaps the most mature estate in the East, the park is home

Beauty World Today

For those growing up in the West of Singapore during the 80s and 90s, a visit to one of the three ‘Beauty Worlds’, would undoubtedly have been a memorable experience with its array of shops and amenities, many of which

Beauty World Today

For those growing up in the West of Singapore during the 80s and 90s, a visit to one of the three ‘Beauty Worlds’, would undoubtedly have been a memorable experience with its array of shops and amenities, many of which

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 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