Popular children books characters Sam, Sebbie, Di-Di-Di and Xandy explore the iconic Gardens by the Bay in this four-book series!
A book commissioned by the NHB-PSM on the history and restorations process of the former City Hall and Supreme Court to what we know as the National Gallery today. The book is filled with exquisitely-taken photographs and the use of drawing plans as a visual support to the narrative.
A very special recipe book – bringing together friends from the diplomatic community to share their favourite recipes from their home countries, to raise funds for Program HELP (Helping ElderLy Patients).
Biography of Singapore’s 4th President Mr Wee Kim Wee accompanied by reflections and recipes from Mrs Wee Kim Wee.
Commissioned by the Office of the President to celebrate Johor-Singapore Ties.
Commissioned by Ministry of Foreign Affairs Singapore to document Japan’s Crown Prince Akihito and Crown Princess Michiko visit to Singapore.
Featuring stylised images taken by award winning photographer, Russell Wong, the project takes on a softer approach and presents an alternative view of Changi Airport to its audience. The project was submitted as part of CAAS’s bid for election on ICAO’s council.
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Celebrating 110 years of the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry
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Building the Future
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Building a Global Company
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Growing Sustainable Businesses
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Positioning for the Future
To celebrate Far East Organisation’s 55th anniversary, Landmarks is a compilation of properties that grace Singapore’s skyline.
In commemoration of SMU School of Accountancy’s 15th anniversary, True and Fair recounts stories of the school’s history and achievements.
This book documents the milestones achieved by the People’s Action Party in its first 60 years.
This series of corporate brochures contain information on the university’s departments, courses and its brand values.
After discovering underused plots of land, Lien Foundation and Lekker Architects transformed these spaces into preschools.
This radical idea of building rock caverns for storing commercial hydrocarbons was the first of its kind in Southeast Asia.
50 Stories profiles 50 landmark developments constructed over the last 50 years.
The National Community Leadership Institute shares stories from their rich history.
Annual Report 2014
Raising the Bar
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Right Time, Right Place, Right People
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Annual Reports 2007 – 2011
As the school turns 20, this book gives insight into the lives of its students.
This book features the early tenants of Jurong Island, and their contributions to the chemical industry in Singapore.
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This book documents the milestones achieved by the People’s Action Party in its first 50 years.
Each of the four illustrated books documents a significant time period across Infocomm in Singapore’s 25 years.
Packaged like a bespoke birthday gift, 35 years of JTC tells the story of the organisation, together with little-known trivia.
Commemorating 100 years of electricity in Singapore.
Singapore Dance Theatres celebrates 50 years of dance in Singapore.
Over the years, Singaporeans from all walks of life have embraced the Istana as a beloved national icon.
Ngee Ann Polytechnic celebrates its alumni turned entrepreneurs who have dared to dream and reached greater heights.
A hospital can also be a place of hope. 50 former patients of KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital pen letters of thanks to the medical staff who tirelessly assisted them.
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Reliving 45 years of the Central Provident Fund.
In celebration of Bukit Timah’s 50th anniversary, this book of insider’s trivia was created for the constituency’s members.
LTA Annual Report 2014/2015
A 20th anniversary publication.
Lien Foundation Annual Report 2008/09
This corporate brochure provides a glimpse into Far East Organisation, a legacy left by their founder Mr Ng Teng Fong and their many ventures.
To depict Wearnes’ 100-years legacy, a hundred short stories about the people and the organisation come together to tell the Wearnes story.
Documenting NTU’s spirit and achievements.
Celebrating 25 years of the Post Office Savings Bank.
This collection of paintings by Eugenia Garjado takes us on a path of transformation; each work is an expression of essence and energy from within.
As the Class of 68/70 donned their uniforms, 100 momentous events took place around the world.
Dr Wee's legacy as a journalist is commemorated in this book, commissioned by NTU's School of Communication.
Commissioned by the National Trades Union Congress, this book was given to Mr Goh as a token of appreciation for his untiring efforts.
In this biography, find out more about the man behind the tunes of the National Day parades, musicals, commercial songs and more.
Remembered as a man of grit, Nithiah Nandan’s life as a comrade and a champion is told.
In celebration of his mother's 80th birthday, this hardcover cloth-bound book was privately commissioned as a birthday gift.
This exhibition book showcases the late Lim Joo Hong’s collection of his metal plate paintings.
S. R. Nathan recounts his time championing seafarers in this book created for the Centre of Maritime Studies in NUS.
Singaporean artist Chua Ek Kay’s paintings are showcased in this exhibition book for the Singapore Art Museum.
These three photo books (Art in the City, Art at the Waterfront and Artefacts From Land to Sea) document the collections of art displayed in Mapletree buildings.
To celebrate Far East Organisation’s 50th anniversary, Landmarks is a compilation of properties that grace Singapore’s skyline.
From the initial design plans in 1994, this coffee table book follows the story of how the new racecourse was built.
Transformation details the planning and execution of the Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 2 revamp.
Science of Life encapsulate the making of Singapore’s first research and technology hub – The Biopolis.
In this series of palm-sized art books, the familiar sights of Singapore’s neighbourhoods are captured by the Urban Sketchers Singapore artists.
From spiked pinnacles to multi-faceted porcelain bowls, sculptor Jessie Lim shows the breadth of her range in her exhibition at Art-2 Gallery.
Toh Yiu Kwong Architects' masterful design of this house is showcased in colour photographs by photographer Albert Lim.
The sculptural shapes of artist Jessie Lim's pottery are emphasised in the minimalist design of this exhibition book. It was designed for Lim's exhibition in Art-2 Gallery in 2012.
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