buildings have been identified, which have character and style of late revival
architecture era of the past period of 18–20th century in the site study
(Figure 3.23). Most of the building architecture in study site was blend with
European Classicism which consist on:
was influenced by revival Georgetown Heritage styles. This revival style is
characterized by buildings with the relatively restrained use of ornaments on
it façade, doors and windows. Its remain predominantly by timber framed,
symmetrical double doors, a pair of window and bat shape vents above, timber
upper floor and tiled roofs.
Art Deco Style (1930-1950)
This style was influenced by Colonial period
and the building character is use straight lines (typically three parallels)
arranged either vertically or horizontally in conjunction with other geometric
elements, concrete masonry material and high pediment.
Neo Classical Style (18TH -19TH)
also was influenced by Colonial period and the character was having a
symmetrical shape and incorporate portico, colonnade and cupola.
Early Modernism Style ( 1950-1970)
of the modern style, often with elements of the Art Deco style. The floral
embellishments characteristic of the Straits Eclectic style has by now been
Modern Style (1950-present)
design is divided into many types of designs and concepts respectively. Usually
use a modern material such like concrete, and metal where shophouses building
are mostly two or three stories high.