Overseas Union Bank Centre – OUB Centre Singapore

Overseas Union Bank Centre Singapore, OUB Building, Kenzo Tange Architecture Design, Pictures

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One Raffles Place Tower: Overseas Union Bank Centre Building – design by Kenzo Tange Architect

1 Jul 2009

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One Raffles Place photos taken by Tom Ravenscroft in July 2009 for e-architect:

Overseas Union Bank Centre

OUB Centre
Date built: 1988
Design: Tange Associates – Kenzo Tange

Overseas Union Bank Centre - OUB Centre Singapore

One Raffles Place, formerly Overseas Union Bank Centre is one of the tallest skyscrapers in the city of Singapore. It was the tallest together with the UOB Plaza and Republic Plaza until the construction of Tanjong Pagar Centre in 2016.

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photos © Tom Ravenscroft

Building height: 63 storeys / 280m high

At 280 m (920 ft), it was also the tallest building in the world outside North America at the time of its completion in 1986, surpassing South Korea’s 63 Building completed one year earlier, until it was succeeded by the Bank of China Tower. The building sits at the city centre of Raffles Place.

Location: OUB Center, Singapore, South East Asia




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