New book by Singapore's oldest architecture firm Swan & Maclaren tells stories behind iconic landmarks

A Story of Singapore Architecture by Julian Davison tells the story of Singapore's oldest architectural practice which was set up in the 1800s. PHOTOS: SWAN & MACLAREN, NEO XIAOBIN
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SINGAPORE - Singapore's oldest architectural practice Swan & Maclaren has, after more than 120 years, finally published a comprehensive tome of its works from 1892 to today.

Written by architectural historian and anthropologist Julian Davison, Swan & Maclaren: A Story Of Singapore Architecture, is a hefty 440-page glossy coffee-table collectible jointly published with the National Archives of Singapore (NAS).

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