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This project is for a competition to design an Indian heritage museum in Singapore.
The aim of the concept was to create a building that houses all aspects of the brief with a unique look quoting from Indian culture. One good example is the main facade which has stairs connecting the different levels. These stairs are ordered in such a way that they refer to the famously stepped wells of Rajasthan in India. A local Singaporean Indian artist was asked to do the mural painting.
Placemaking is also known as Tactical Urbanism, an umbrella term used to describe (temporary) changes to the built environment, usually in cities, intended to improve local neighbourhoods and city gathering places.
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