THE MAKING OF NATIONAL GALLERY SINGAPORE
The Making of National Gallery Singapore animates the story of the origins and physical transformations of the City Hall and former Supreme Court buildings into National Gallery Singapore. Accompanied by stunning photographs, these chapters flesh out details of the colonial past of the buildings, the conception and organisation of the architectural design competition, and the ambitious ten-year envisioning, design and building process.
Written by Pauline Ang
315 × 290 mm
168 pages, paperback
152 colour and 39 b/w illustrations