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"Venetian Renaissance Beauty"
The ornate and elegant Stamford House was constructed in 1904 and was based on the designs of Regent Alfred John Bidwell, who styled the building in the Venetian Renaissance tradition. Stamford House began its life as an office complex, at which time it was known as the Oranje Building. For a time, a part of the building was used as an annex by the Raffles Hotel and was later transformed into the stylishly elegant Oranje Hotel. After years of neglect, Stamford House was restored to its former glory and converted into a shopping mall housing various niche boutiques. Today, the historic edifice has been integrated into a luxurious complex, and together with the Capitol Building, the Capitol Theater and the Capitol Piazza, it now houses a theater, shopping mall, a luxury hotel, exclusive apartments and restaurants.
39 Stamford Road, Singapore, Singapore, 178885
"Venetian Renaissance Beauty"
The ornate and elegant Stamford House was constructed in 1904 and was based on the designs of Regent Alfred John Bidwell, who styled the building in the Venetian Renaissance tradition. Stamford House began its life as an office complex, at which time it was known as the Oranje Building. For a time, a part of the building was used as an annex by the Raffles Hotel and was later transformed into the stylishly elegant Oranje Hotel. After years of neglect, Stamford House was restored to its former glory and converted into a shopping mall housing various niche boutiques. Today, the historic edifice has been integrated into a luxurious complex, and together with the Capitol Building, the Capitol Theater and the Capitol Piazza, it now houses a theater, shopping mall, a luxury hotel, exclusive apartments and restaurants.
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39 Stamford Road
Singapore, Singapore, 178885
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