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คำที่เกี่ยวข้อง THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE

Synopsis: SINGAPORE HOUSE, THE: 1819-1942

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. Beautifully illustrated, The Singapore House marks a major attempt to document a rich and beautiful architectural legacy. The over 400 illustrations include rare historical materials, remarkable photographs and fascinating architectural drawings.

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ISBN 9789814634014
Weight 1.4
Publisher MARSHALL CAVENDISH INTERNATIONAL (ASIA)
Book Size (cm.) 21x29x3
Dimension Width(กว้าง)(CM) 8.2677
Dimension Length(ยาว)(CM) 0.9843
Dimension High(สูง/หนา)(CM) 11.4173
Language English
Number of Pages 232

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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 

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LIN, LEE KIP

about author

Mr Lee Kip Lin (1925-2011), a respected authority and connoisseur of the Singapore landscape, was the author of ‘The Singapore House, 1819 – 1942’, “Emily Hill” and other books. In October 2009, he donated to the National Library 19,000 rich and valuable items comprising rare photographs, monographs, maps, photo slides and negatives of early to modern Singapore. The monographs include early Annual Reports of the Raffles Institution, letters and related documents of the East India Company as well as the Straits Settlements Blue Book. Mr Lee, who passed away in 2011, was an architect and lecturer at the National University of Singapore’s School of Architecture, as well as a keen researcher, writer and photographer. During his lifetime Mr Lee photographed many different buildings and streets in Singapore to document its architectural heritage amidst its constantly changing landscape.

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