Didier Repellin lecture
Celebrating 30 years of Singapore France cooperation in heritage conservation
Singapore and France have maintained an enduring relationship in architecture and heritage conservation for the past 30 years in projects ranging from historical monuments conservation such as the iconic CHIJMES, to recent projects signed by French architects, such as the National Gallery.
Chief Architect and General Inspector of the Historical Monuments in France, Didier Repellin has been involved in this fruitful cooperation since its inception. His talk, organized as a part of the Architectural Heritage Season, will draw from his very personal look on the matter as an active participant in the initial stage.
Didier Repellin is recognised as having played a major role in the structuring of Singapore heritage strategy, from his work with Urban Redevelopment Authority and Singapore Tourism Board.