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A shophouse is a style of architecture unique to Southeast Asia. This hybrid building form characterises many towns in the region, especially Singapore and Malaysia. By the mid-20th century, pastel colours (rose pink, baby blue, light yellow, etc) became popular, and they remain the colours that most people most strongly associate with these buildings.
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A shophouse is a style of architecture unique to Southeast Asia. This hybrid building form characterises many  towns in the region, especially Singapore and Malaysia.  By the mid-20th century, pastel colours (rose pink, baby blue, light yellow, etc) became popular, and they remain the colours that most people most strongly associate with these buildings.