Preservation of Sites and Monuments

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  • Connections: History and Architecture, City Hall and Supreme Court

    Connections History and Architecture City Hall and Supreme Court

    Connections: History and Architecture, City Hall and Supreme Court takes a look at two of Singapore's most prominent National Monuments. The histories of the buildings, their architecture as well as their transformation are presented in three parts.

  • Decoration and Symbolism in Chinese Architecture

    Decorate and Symbolism in Chinese Architecture

    Unlock the hidden meanings behind the decorative symbols and architectural designs found in historic Chinese buildings in Singapore.

  • Faiths of Our Forefathers: The Religious Monuments of Singapore

    Faiths of Our Forefathers

    The Religious Monuments of Singapore takes a fascinating look into the architecture and history of twenty of Singapore's treasured religious monuments. Each monument is rendered in a detailed illustration revealing the building's interior and accompanied by an informative outline of the architectural features.

  • In Granite and Chunam: The National Monuments of Singapore

    In Granite and Chunam

    Granite and Chunam: two of the commonly-employed materials in the early buildings of Singapore, and indeed, used in the construction of many of its national monuments.

  • Resonance: Songs of Our Forefathers

    Resonance: Songs of Our Forefathers

    Featuring 24 of Singapore's National Monuments, PMB's photography book introduces both iconic and lesser known monuments through the artistic expressions of a team of photographers led by avid photographer Kwek Leng Joo.

  • Singapore's Monuments & Landmarks: A Philatelic Ramble

    Singapore's Monuments & Landmarks: A Philatelic Ramble

    This book presents the various stamps which feature Singapore's landmarks of the past and present. It contains full-coloured, enlarged prints of the stamps, as well as interesting information about the natural and man-made landmarks in Singapore.

  • The Fearless Twins and the Magical Kaleido: A Narrow Escape

    Fearless Twins And The Magical Kaleido

    Take a ride with Toby, Tammy and their fun loving Uncle Al. Armed with an incredible magical device, the twins swop back in to Singapore in 1935. Set against the backdrop of Singapore’s most awe-inspiring buildings, the twins end up with an adventure they didn’t bargain for, but can’t escape from

  • The Singapore House 1819 - 1942

    The Singapore House 1819-1942

    The Singapore House is a comprehensive study of the various domestic architectural styles that thrived in Singapore from 1819 until the outbreak of the Pacific War - from English Georgian, Victorian Eclectic, Edwardian Baroque, Arts and Crafts and Modern International to home-grown Coarsened Classical.

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