Posts Tagged: urban redevelopment authority

Jinrikisha station: The former Rickshaw Headquarters

Located across Maxwell Hawker Centre, at the junction of Neil and Tanjong Pagar Road, stands the Jinrikisha Station. Built in 1903 by Municipal Engineer Samuel Tomlinson, this symmetrically triangular-shaped building with a unique Octagonal cupola (dome-like structure), once served as

Jinrikisha station: The former Rickshaw Headquarters

Located across Maxwell Hawker Centre, at the junction of Neil and Tanjong Pagar Road, stands the Jinrikisha Station. Built in 1903 by Municipal Engineer Samuel Tomlinson, this symmetrically triangular-shaped building with a unique Octagonal cupola (dome-like structure), once served as

Beaulieu House

For over a century, the Beaulieu House at Sembawang Park has overlooked the Straits of Johore while watching the landscape around it progress over time. Built initially in the 1910s by J.B. David as a holiday home, it was acquired

Beaulieu House

For over a century, the Beaulieu House at Sembawang Park has overlooked the Straits of Johore while watching the landscape around it progress over time. Built initially in the 1910s by J.B. David as a holiday home, it was acquired

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