The Arts House (once in the past Old Parliament House) is a working in Singapore. It is at present a multi-disciplinary expressions setting which plays host to craftsmanship displays and shows. Worked in 1827, the Old Parliament House is the most seasoned existing government working in Singapore. The building was home to the Parliament of Singapore from 1965 to 1999, when it moved to an adjoining new building. The building involves a standout amongst the most noteworthy locales of Singapore. Amid the renovation of the working in 1989, archeological confirmation of more seasoned residence in the territory was revealed with stoneware and pottery going back the thirteenth and fourteenth hundreds of years found. The building's stream facing was likewise where the organizer of current Singapore Stamford Raffles was dared to have arrived on 29 January 1819.
The building was composed as a Neo-Palladian chateau by draftsman G. D. Coleman for a Scottish trader, John Argyle Maxwell, who was situated in Java. It was expected as his private living arrangement, nonetheless, Maxwell never involved the house due to a limited extent to an argument about the responsibility for land the house was based on. Pools had initially distributed the land for government utilize, and influenced the Temenggong or neighborhood boss who already involved the land to move to Telok Blangah in 1823. In any case, Raffles' successor John Crawfurd issued an allow permitting Maxwell to manufacture a house on the site.
he Arts House at the Old Parliament opened in 2004 as an expressions and legacy focus. The old building was reestablished, and the furniture and the plan were protected. The Chambers were changed over into a capacity room where music exhibitions could be held. Craftsmanship presentations and different capacities are likewise frequently held at the exhibition, which has Tuscan style-segments and cornices.