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This is Singapore

9789811123894by Kim Inglish | photography by Jacob Termansen
ISBN 9789811123894
297 x 210mm
Hardback with Jacket; 128 pages
Pub Date: April 2016
BIC: HBJF, AMX

As Singapore is constantly reinventing itself, this book is a timely publication. After all, anything on contemporary Singapore that doesn’t include the Marina Bay Sands’ iconic towers, Gardens by the Bay and the new Business District extension is hopelessly out of date. Yet, this book is much more than a round-up of Singapore’s new urban

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Singapore Notecards | Landmarks

box_landmarksPaintings by Graham Byfield
ISBN 9789811105166
165 x 125mm
12 Notecards & Envelopes, with illustrations
Pub Date: September 2016
BIC:

 

This box contains 12 delightful notecards depicting 12 landmark sites in Singapore. Painted by Graham Byfield, each has been chosen for its historical, cultural or architectural significance. Representing the diversity of Singapore, there are Indian, Malay and Chinese buildings, along with some magnificent edifices dating from the colonial

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Singapore Notecards | Chinatown

box_chinatownPaintings by Graham Byfield
ISBN 9789811105173
165 x 125mm
12 Notecards & Envelopes, with illustrations
Pub Date: September 2016
BIC:

 

This box contains 12 delightful notecards depicting 12 famous sites in Singapore’s Chinatown, an area known for its authentic architecture and colourful cultural life.Painted by Graham Byfield, each has been chosen for its historical, cultural or architectural significance

 

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IN SEARCH OF BAWA: Master Architect of Sri Lanka

9789810999728_211pxby David Robson | photography by Sebastian Posingis

ISBN 9789810999728
234 x 210mm
Hardback; 144 pages
Pub Date: August 2016
BIC: WTL, AMV, AMX

This book answers some important questions about Geoffrey Bawa, Sri Lanka’s pre-eminent architect, and his legacy. A sizeable introduction to Bawa’s world, life, education and work is reviewed by eminent Bawa scholar, David Robson. This precedes a site-by-site tour of 45 of his buildings scattered throughout Sri Lanka. Many are considered “pilgrimage sites” by up-and-coming architects ... ...

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New Thai Style

9781780678337_211pxPhotography by Michael Freeman | text by Kim Inglis
ISBN 9781780678337
280 x 260 mm
Hardback with Jacket; 192 pages
Pub Date: March 2016
BIC: WTL, WTH, AMV
A Talisman Book for Laurence King

Thai Style is known the world over for its graceful pavilion-style architecture, its elegant interior design approaches, and its ability to combine cultural traditions with craftsmanship. What is not so well known is how these forms have been updated in the last decade or so ... ...

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