We are proud to be referred and engaged by the National Heritage Board to recreate and 3D printing 11 of the iconic monuments in Singapore. Some of these monuments does not comes with floor plans, nor sections which increased the difficulty of the recreation process. These monuments were cross referenced from old Google images as well as satellite images to create the base proportion. The details were created via a combination of site visits and Google street views for areas which limited access.
1. Abdul Gafoor Mosque
The Abdul Gaffoor Mosque is a mosque in Little India, Singapore. It is located at Dunlop Street in the Rochor Planning Area. The mosque was constructed in 1907, and major restoration of the building was completed in 2003.
2. Former Parliament House (The Arts House)
The Arts House is currently a multi-disciplinary arts venue which plays host to art exhibitions and concerts. Built in 1827, the Old Parliament House is the oldest government building and perhaps the oldest surviving building in Singapore.
3. Former Empress Place Building (ACM)
The former Empress Place Building is one of the architectural treasures in the Empress Place civic area overlooking the Singapore River. It was completed in 1867 and had originally been planned to be used as a courthouse.
4. Former Attorney-General’s Chambers
The first recorded structure on the site was an annex of Maxwell’s House (the present-day Former Parliament House. The annex, opened in 1839, was initially occupied by the court.
5. Former Ministry of Labour Building
The Old Ministry of Labour Building is a former building of the Ministry of Labour located at Havelock Square in the Outram Planning Area, within the Central Area of Singapore's central business district.
6. Chinese High School Clock Tower Building
The Chinese High School Clock Tower Building, a gazetted national monument in Singapore, is situated in the campus of the integrated Hwa Chong Institution, which incorporates The Chinese High School and Hwa Chong Junior College.
7. Nagore Dargah
The Nagore Durgha is a shrine in Singapore built by Muslims from southern India between 1828 and 1830, and was originally known as Shahul Hamid Dargha.
8. Former Telok Ayer Market (Lau Pa Sat)
Lau Pa Sat, also known as Telok Ayer Market, is a historic building located within the Downtown Core in the Central Area of Singapore.
9. Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church
Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church, is located on Telok Ayer Street within the Downtown Core of Singapore's central business district.
10. Former Singapore Conference Hall and Trade Union House
The Former Singapore Conference Hall and Trade Union House was constructed to house the headquarters of the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) as the fulfilment of an election promise, as well as to host various exhibitions and conferences.
11. Bowyer Block
Bowyer Block, as it is called, is the only remaining structure out of the ensemble of hospital buildings constructed in 1926. Having survived the hospital’s redevelopment in the 1980s,