Description The big copper dome (oxidized to green) is one of the most distinctive features of the old Supreme Court building. The building was the last Classical architecture building to be built on the former British colony. Built in front of the historical Padang grounds between 1937 and 1939, it was designed by Frank Dorrington Ward of the Public Works Department, and was his last and most significant work. The building is planned to become an arts and cultural centre in future, with plans to refurbish the building.
William Cho, Singapore Member Since August 2009 Artist Statement I am a freelance graphic designer/photographer. Specializes in Digital Manipulations. Loves photography, soothing music, travel, outdoors, entertainment and making people smile. Worked and travelled in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Europe, New Caledonia, Mauritius, Re-union Island, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan and japan.
Some of my works has been published in the various media like Benoy Architects (ION Orchard), "SILVERKRIS" inflight magazine (Singapore Airlines), "HERITAGE TRAILS" (Singapore Heritage Board), ACT 3 International, "SPACE FOR GOD" (Church of St Mary of the Angels), DPC Design, "WHO CARES?" (National Council of Social Service), SINGAPORE TOURISM" (Headway), "SINGAPORE EXPLORER" (Infoguide Services), Equator Bulletin(cover) – Belgrade Serbia, Tiger Beer web portal "tigertranslate", Stockholm University - Sweden, Mikoishi.com, Convertium Pte Ltd (an online agency for Contact Singapore. Contact Singapore is a unit under Singapore's Economic Development Board), "grandevie" tourism magazine (http:www.grandevie.eu), www.asianz.org.nz/