AJT Holdings partner, Swan & Maclaren’s new book tells stories behind iconic Singapore landmarks

Swan & Maclaren: A Story Of Singapore Architecture, written by architectural historian and anthropologist Julian Davison, explores the architectural firm’s works from 1892 to today, including the Teutonia Club, now known as Goodwood Park Hotel (abo

Swan & Maclaren: A Story Of Singapore Architecture, written by architectural historian and anthropologist Julian Davison, explores the architectural firm’s works from 1892 to today, including the Teutonia Club, now known as Goodwood Park Hotel (above). PHOTOS: SWAN & MACLAREN, ST FILE

Some of the country’s landmarks are featured in a new book by Singapore architectural firm Swan & Maclaren

 

Singapore’s oldest architectural practice Swan & Maclaren has, after more than 120 years, finally published a comprehensive tome of its works from 1892 till today.

Written by architectural historian and anthropologist Julian Davison, Swan & Maclaren: A Story Of Singapore Architecture is a hefty 440-page glossy coffee-table collectible jointly published with the National Archives of Singapore (NAS).