New assessment tool to help conserve post-65 landmarks

Findings from NUS study will guide policymaking to preserve heritage

Blocks 63 to 66 in Taman Jurong and their “dramatically radiating, inward-facing common corridors” – designed to encourage community interaction – collectively form the shape of a diamond.
Blocks 63 to 66 in Taman Jurong and their “dramatically radiating, inward-facing common corridors” – designed to encourage community interaction – collectively form the shape of a diamond.PHOTO: ST FILE

International Plaza. People's Park Complex. And the Fu Lu Shou Complex.

Constructed after independence, these buildings may have a special place in Singapore's built heritage.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 02, 2020, with the headline 'New assessment tool to help conserve post-65 landmarks'. Subscribe