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Raffles Hall Old Address

Together with Rendy, Sonny, Andrew and Yiyu we visited Nparks and seek their collaboration in conceiving a plaque to comm Andreemorate the Old Raffles Hall. It is wonderful thought. I had a few sessions of discussion with Andrew and we came up with this preliminary version of the design. Some wonderful text will be penned by Andrew and we are also including little stories and photos in the plaque. Do comment and give us your stories and photographs. Thanks
  1. Site study images in Photosynth format. 
  2. Design in JPG format
  3. Animation is in Vimeo



































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