ArchiChronicles showcases the history and development of some of Singapore’s most iconic structures. From towering skyscrapers to historic landmarks, it is a comprehensive and visually rich platform that uses immersive digital storytelling tools together with photographs, building plans, maps and books sourced from the National Library of Singapore and the National Archives of Singapore to narrate the stories behind these architectural marvels, their significance to the country’s heritage, and their impact on the landscape of Singapore.
Whether you’re an architecture enthusiast, a history buff, or simply curious about the buildings that make up Singapore’s skyline, ArchiChronicles has something for everyone. Join us below as we delve into the fascinating history of some of Singapore’s most iconic buildings and uncover the hidden stories and secrets behind their construction.
|Experience the architectural journey of buildings through these timelines of library and archival resources.|
|Find out how much Singapore has changed with these before and after images of places and buildings.|
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1. ArchiTimelines photo courtesy of the National Museum of Singapore, National Heritage Board
2. ArchiSnapShots photos from Ministry of Information and the Arts Collection, courtesy of National Archives of Singapore