Jurong Town Hall A&A

Built in 1974, the Jurong Town Hall used to house a statutory board in charge of spearheading the industrialisation in Singapore. The building was then granted conservation status in 2005 and subsequently gazetted as a national monument in 2015.

The original scope of works for the project had been decided prior to the building being crowned a national monument. The new status posed a significant variation and recalibration of the overall brief and design approach. The design team conducted extensive research to better understand the original building’s design, which in turn informed the faithful restoration of certain spatial features.


The design brief aims to restore the vertical permeability, reopening previously sealed up voids to optimise daylighting from the skylight into the interior spaces. For example, the reconfiguration of the new office spaces in the upper storeys allows daylight to illuminate 90 per cent of the spaces.

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Project Name
Jurong Town Hall A&A
9 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore
Completion Date
Gross Floor Area
30,015 square metres
Building Height
4 storeys
Jurong Town Corporation
Architectural Firm/Principal Architect
WSP Consultancy Pte Ltd
Design + Conservation Consultant
Forum Architects Pte Ltd
Quantity Surveyor
TJ Chiam Surveyors Pte Ltd
Lighting Consultant
Lighting Planners Associates
Landscape Architect
COEN Design International Pte Ltd
Main Contractor
Sunray Woodcraft Construction Pte Ltd
Photography by Edward Hendricks; credited to Forum Architects Pte Ltd