Parkview Square
Parkview Square
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Described as imposing and monumental, the open plaza of Parkview Square is surrounded by sculptures and statues, with an impressive number of bronze effigies of famous historical characters.
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Adventure Diva
Manchester, CT1,920 contributions
Sep 2022 • Friends
No other place in Singapore will you find a building of this style. The office tower resembles New York City's Chanin building and is nicknamed the "Gotham Building." Hand-crafted detailing with brown granite graces the outside. We were told this building houses the Embassies of Austria, Mongolia and the U A.E.
Written 12 October 2022
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pamela c
Taranaki Region, New Zealand43 contributions
Jul 2022
while visiting Singapore we were lucky enough to see inside this amazing building. Stunning doesn't cover what delights the eye. We only walked around the ground floor but found the interior as if not more spectacular that the outside architecture
Written 5 August 2022
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ariunari
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia35 contributions
Mar 2022
Over-the-top faux Art Deco building with bizarre sculptures around the grounds -- a giant frumpy office lady next to an assortment of ugly effigies next to a kitschy golden bird. Probably the builder, who obviously had more money than sense, liked such things. Had a drink inside, wasn't worth the price. Feels more like Mordor than Gotham.
Written 12 April 2022
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Amirah A
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Aug 2021 • Solo
The chinese security uncle was rude. I believe they could have trained him better. Lacks proper etiquette.
Written 5 August 2021
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK165,935 contributions
Mar 2020
I came here for the love of architecture to see an example of a Neo Art Deco building. An office block with restaurants and several embassies, it’s reputedly some of the most expensive office space in Singapore. The building is simply stunning with all the classic Art Deco elements of long straight souring lines with sculptures of faux support. In the courtyard, there are many artworks, though these are a mixture of modernist and visual arts.

Unfortunately the museum was closed when I visited, but I took a look inside anyway The restaurant on the ground floor is another fine example of Art Deco, again with all the classic lamps, balustrades and relief sculptures.
Written 10 March 2020
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Grover R
Pensacola, FL17,677 contributions
Feb 2020
This is an interesting Neo Art Deco building between Suntec and Kampong Glam. The architecture is very Art Deco, colonial before WWII with interesting art all around. We walk through its portico on the main sidewalk. It was simply different and interesting.
Written 8 March 2020
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Noel Patrick M, Lord & Lady Weston
London, United Kingdom26 contributions
Jan 2020
I was vistiing a business in this Building, and chanced upon Atlas Bar and Restaurant in one of the most beautiful Art Deco Halls in the World.

You should make a Special visit to this place. I had an "Old Tom" Gin and Tonic which was also beautiful. I heartily recommend one of those too. Sit at the Bar and look up at the structure of the Building. A modern Wonder!!
Written 21 January 2020
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Julie D
Nottinghamshire, UK31 contributions
Jan 2020
If your a fan of art deco you will love this place. The interior & exterior are stunning with fabulous photo opportunities . Like the other travellers we found this place completely by accident amd are very glad we did. We were actually looking for the Raffles building but found this first . Dont miss seeing this place if you get chance but I think its really a place for adults rather than young children .
Written 13 January 2020
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jennvale1
Melbourne, Australia55 contributions
Oct 2019 • Solo
Stumbled across this building on my way to Kampong Glam. I was completely drawn in. One of the most incredible buildings I have seen. It’s an office building which houses 5 embassies (well, that’s what I was told). Allow time to check this out. You won’t be disappointed.
Written 15 October 2019
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wireless_in_CA
United States4,720 contributions
Sep 2019 • Solo
Walking along Victoria St this imposing building stood out amongst its neighbors and drew me on a detour to visit. It was built only in 2002 but heavily influenced inside and out by the Art Deco period.

Inside the main courtyard were a number of unusual statues that ranged from massive in size to whimsical. Palm trees provided welcoming shade from the hot sun while lots of greenery and a waterfall made this a nice spot to relax.

Walking into the building, I came face to face with the over the top Divine Wine Bar with its gilded ceiling and walls, huge murals and the wine storage that rose all the way to the ceiling. I was told that the staff have to use special contraption just to reach these bottles. That would be a site to see on a future visit.
Written 13 October 2019
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