preserve or restore older buildings in a modern urban setting characterized by new technologies of sanitation, transportation, and so on?. Photograph 2001 by Jay C. Rosenthal. [You may use this image without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL.] Such squeaky clean, glistening appearances embody the improbable perfection characteristic of almost all such restorations throughout the world. How then does one
- The Shophouse: A Characteristic Singaporean Architectural Form (in the Postcolonial Literature and Cuture site)
- Shophouse with elaborate classical façade
- Shophouse with classical pilasters
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de Ledesma, Charles, Mark Lewis, and Pauline Savage. Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei: the Rough Guide. London, 1997. See also their site.
Lee Kip Lim. The Singapore House, 1849-1942. Singapore: Times, 1988.
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