A group of contractors from Hui’an county in China were responsible for building some of Singapore’s iconic landmarks. Athanasios Tsakonas has the story.
This unique style of architecture only reigned for five decades in China, yet several buildings in Singapore still bear the hallmarks of this hybrid form, says Julian Davison.
Singapore’s oldest architectural firm may be better known for designing the Raffles Hotel but it’s their 1930s Modernist buildings that are truly revolutionary. Julian Davison has the details.