36 Keong Saik Road, Singapore
As time change, the need for various types of spaces diminished. These building, whose functions no longer required, become subjects of abandonment and most likely to be forgotten and demolished despite they hold very significant historical and cultural values.
Urban memory can be an anthropomorphism, in the sense that the city has a memory that remembers through its buildings.
The preservation of heritage building is related to the preservation of memories in the human mind and can serve as a preservation of the nation’s urban identity.