National Gallery Singapore

SINGAPORE 2015

This is a historic monument preservation and restoration project undertaken in 2015 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Republic of Singapore. The project was preserving the original form of the City Hall (constructed in 1929) and former Supreme Court (constructed in 1939), it also added a multi-story underground space, a glass roof with running water, and skybridges connecting the two buildings. It becomes one of the largest art galleries in Asia and at the same time serve as a symbol of the Singaporean beloved culture. The interior features a restaurant with a view of Marina Bay, multipurpose space, and educational facilities, creating a setting enjoys a level of popularity transcending that of a normal art gallery.

Client

National Gallery Singapore

Location 1 St. Andrew's Rd Singapore
Design/Supervision Studio Milou・CPG
Construction Takenaka Corporation(JV)
Structure SRC, RC, S
Number of floors 8 Fl. above, 3 Fl. below ground
Building area 14,700m²
Total floor area 63,900m²
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