The Singapore House (1819−1942)


Lee Kip Lin


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 the home-grown Coarsened Classical.

Written by the late architect Lee Kip Lee, the over 400 illustrations include rare historical materials, remarkable photographs and fascinating architectural drawings.

Beautifully illustrated, The Singapore House marks a major attempt to document a rich and beautiful architectural legacy.


NLB and Marshall Cavendish

Book Details

ISBN 978-981-4634-01-4

Hardback, 232 pages

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Catalogue (Call no. 728.095957 LEE)


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