Beautiful Architecture: Inside and Out

I’ve been so enthralled by the Architecture of Marina Bay Sands, because not only is it gorgeous on the outside, the inside is so thoughtfully designed as well. I love the curvy lines, arches and natural light that floods in. I can’t rave enough about the space and generous walkways that is a striking contrast to the congested and narrow pathways at most Singapore shopping malls.

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The high ceilings make me feel so serene. I think only people who live in highly populated countries truly appreciate space when they get it.

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The very cool looking, suspended transparent elevator, or lift as we say here in Singapore.

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Outside the Marina Bay Sands building, there is a new structure being built just for the Louis Vitton Brand. The design reminds me a little of the Lourve.

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There’s also the lotus shaped Art Science Museum.

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The only issue I have is that everyone seems to come out here to smoke and I am pretty much not a fan of second hand smoke.

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2 Responses to Beautiful Architecture: Inside and Out

  1. Crystal says:

    It really is beautiful, even if it does raise the question of how many LV stores does one city/country NEED?

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