Dakota Crescent is one of Singapore’s oldest housing estates built by the now-defunct Singapore Improvement Trust (SIT), the government-run housing development authority before the establishment of the current Housing and Development Board (HDB), in 1958.
The design of these SIT-built flats was largely modelled after similar towns back in the UK and done by architects who worked for the British colonial government. The early public-housing estates in Singapore adapted various architectural elements of British architectural styles which were required to be suited to the tropical climate of the country. This can be seen from the existence of many wide open spaces, like that of London’s Hyde Park earlier mentioned and the red-bricked flats at Dakota Crescent in the past.
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