There are some buildings in Singapore that are such eyesores and so poorly designed that I wish they would take a cue off the innovative architecture of the Marina Bay Sands. I know I have photographed this building so much already, but every-time I go by I just want to capture it’s beauty once again.
It’s pretty from afar.
And even more stunning up close, as you see the sky reflected off the clear glass panels. I find beauty in the precision and symmetry. Every minute detail seems to have been taken into consideration.
Seriously I squeal with delight (on the inside of course) whenever I see this structure.
Dreamy to see a building with clouds on it.
The glittery shimmery material they used as a feature, looks like a pool of mercury from afar.
Even upon departure, it’s presence continues to command your attention.