Posts Tagged: people’s park complex

Golden Mile Tower

There is perhaps but one word to describe the Golden Mile Tower, Brutal. Not so much in the vein of an impossibly tough life, but rather a design concept based on the Brutalist Architecture movement, adapted from the French word

Golden Mile Tower

There is perhaps but one word to describe the Golden Mile Tower, Brutal. Not so much in the vein of an impossibly tough life, but rather a design concept based on the Brutalist Architecture movement, adapted from the French word

A journey up the Pearl Bank Apartments

From afar, the colossal cylindrical shaped Pearl Bank Apartments stand as an imposing presence overlooking the shophouses of Chinatown. Resembling something like that of a hive, the various interlocking split-level spaces present a complex but altogether astounding piece of urban

A journey up the Pearl Bank Apartments

From afar, the colossal cylindrical shaped Pearl Bank Apartments stand as an imposing presence overlooking the shophouses of Chinatown. Resembling something like that of a hive, the various interlocking split-level spaces present a complex but altogether astounding piece of urban

From the rooftop of People’s Park Complex

A walk in Chinatown is never complete without at least catching a glimpse of the 31 storey People’s Park Complex. Built in 1973 by DP architects, it’s been regarded as symbol of Asian Modernism that helped pioneer Singapore’s shift from

From the rooftop of People’s Park Complex

A walk in Chinatown is never complete without at least catching a glimpse of the 31 storey People’s Park Complex. Built in 1973 by DP architects, it’s been regarded as symbol of Asian Modernism that helped pioneer Singapore’s shift from