Singapore Art Museum, Glass Hall

This hall was originally a gymnasium and opened on three sides. It was 'modernised' in the 1950s to become the school hall, then known as the Oei Tiong Han Hall. All arches were flattened, Doric columns were turned into cylindrical columns and external walls and windows were added to enclose it. This hall was restored to its original state based on an original drawing found on site. The Glass Hall is commonly used for exhibition openings and related programmes.


71 Bras Basah Road
Singapore, 189555