A lady walks by a pillar cut-out in a void deck, talking on the phone. Singapore. Part of the Suburbia series
This could be a scene from the 80s. I’ve not seen shops with these old school signs and folding doors since I was a little child. Incidentally this one occupies what would otherwise be a void deck space, in an older block of flats. The old man on his bicycle completes the picture. Singapore. Part of the Suburbia series
On the bus, Singapore. Part of the Suburbia series
The other day I discovered that Singapore is the 3rd wealthiest nation in the world.
The artery of suburb to city. Looking out the back of a driverless train on the MRT (local metro), in one of the new underground lines. Singapore. Part of the Suburbia series
Funerals are also held in void decks. Singapore. Part of the Suburbia series
The population of Singapore lives mostly in apartments. The majority of these apartments are built by the government: essentially, the nation’s public housing.
Santa Maria La Rivera, Mexico City Part of the Suburbia series
Northbridge. Perth, Western Australia Part of the Suburbia series
My big sister’s home invites love and amazing light. Seattle, USA Part of the Suburbia series