The newly built National Gallery Singapore is a $380 million building in the former Supreme Court and City Hall. To build the National Gallery, a glass vaulted patio was built next to the old Supreme Court and Municipal Hall buildings, supported by a huge metal tree structure. There are many fashionable restaurants on the roof garden, while the interior of the two buildings remains the same: pillars, marble floors, Brown ceilings and bright red walls. The National Gallery of Art of Singapore, which took 10 years to prepare, is located at No. 1 St. Andrey Road, with a total area of 64,000 square meters. It has two permanent exhibition halls, the Singapore Hall and the Southeast Asia Hall, and has a collection of more than 10,000 items. The theme building was designed by Studio Milou Singapore in conjunction with Singapore CPG Consulting Private Limited. At a cost of $530 million, it is known as the largest visual arts center in Singapore and Southeast Asia. In addition, Wu Guanzhong Exhibition Hall and Special Exhibition Hall will be set up to hold art exhibitions in cooperation with top international galleries and museums. At present, the National Gallery of Art has announced that it will hold an exhibition jointly with the Pompidou Art Center in April 2016, exhibiting more than 100 works of art from 1900 to 1960 collected by the Pompidou Art Center and the Singapore National Gallery of Art. The exhibition includes classics by Western artists such as Kandinsky and Chagall.