Seven designs by tertiary students have been shortlisted as part of a collaboration project for the makeover of the Registries of Civil and Muslim Marriages building. 137 students from Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Temasek Polytechnic and the Singapore University of Technology and Design worked on the proposals for the last five months. The ideas will be displayed at the building along Canning Rise until Sept 20. The Ministry of Social and Family Development said it would consider the proposals and feedback from professionals and the public when refurbishing the building.
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