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Architect Moshe Safdie designed the 6 Billion Dollar Marina Bay Sands Resort, which includes a beautiful sky park at the top of the building. (From Discovery Channel's "How We Invented the World") Become a fan here! https://www.facebook.com/HowWeInventedTheWorld
The residential Interlace Building has been crowned Building of the Year by the World Architecture Festival. What do you think? Comment below. The Interlace Building website: http://www.theinterlace.com COMMENTARY SOURCES: The bizarre 'vertical village' in Singapore that has been named World Building of the Year and could spell the end for generic tower blocks -Interlace building, in Singapore, was crowned the World Building of the Year today at the World Architecture Festival -It's a network of horizontal apartment blocks stacked in hexagonal arrangements around eight external courtyards -Design by OMA/Buro Ole Scheeren was praised as 'blazing a trail with an example of bold, contemporary thinking' -Most housing in the city is provided by unsightly tower blocks, but the Interlace works ...
Have an idea on how technology can be used to solve daily problems? See why Singapore is the place to bring it to life. #SmartNation
新加坡十大最高建筑物 2016 More details on these buildings (randomized): Ocean Financial Centre 245 metres, 43 floors, opened 2011 Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3, 245metres, 45 floors opened 2012 Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 2, 239 metres, 49 floors, opened 2010 One Raffles Place, 280 metres, 63 floors, opened 1986 Republic Plaza, 280 metres, 66 floors, opened 1995 United Overseas Bank Plaza One, 280 metres, 67 floors, opened 1992 Capital Tower, 254 metres, 52 floors, opened 2000 One Raffles Quay North Tower, 245 metres, 50 floors, opened 2006 The Sail @ Marina Bay Tower 1 , 245 metres, 70 floors, opened 2008 Tanjong Pagar Centre, 290 metres, 64 floors, opened 2016
oktoLIVE! Series 7 Episode 2 ok-to-Learn The tallest building in Singapore is the UOB plaza, measuring 280M in height! Learn more about the buildings in Singapore in this episode of ok-to-Learn! Animation done by student producer Hui Ho.
I went up to the tallest building in Singapore to shoot some timelapses! - Subscribe: http://www.bit.ly/MatjoezSubscribe - Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/matjoez - Snapchat: Matjoez Thanks for watching! Matthew (@matjoez)
Architecture is one of the great achievements of man but sometimes architects can get a little crazy. These are the top 10 strangest buildings in the world. Subscribe To Most Amazing Top 10 Channel: http://bit.ly/1IPtQdq FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA FACEBOOK- https://www.facebook.com/pages/Landonproduction/268626033166262?ref=hl INSTAGRAM- http://instagram.com/landonproductions TWITTER- https://twitter.com/LandonYoutube VIDEO EDITED BY: Alan Smithee
Good video about the "Marina Bay Sands Hotel" in Singapore. This free video was created for you by http://epsos.de and can be re-used for free, under the creative commons license, with the attribution of epSos.de as the original creator of this video about the "Marina Bay Sands Hotel" in Singapore. Thank you for supporting the creative commons movement !! The "Marina Bay Sands Hotel" in Singapore is a wonderful destination for women who can pay for a very expensive room with a view on the financial center of Singapore. The hotel is famous for the ship on top of the building. The exotic design is a very popular among the women who love to take picture of interesting buildings. The design of the "Marina Bay Sands Hotel" is good, but there are also many interesting things in the mall under ...
The Sands SkyPark Infinity Pool, at the top of the iconic Marina Bay Sands, is one of the world's most stunning rooftop pools. The SkyPark Infinity Pool is 150m long and located 57 stories above the ground. It offers swimmers an incredible bird's-eye view of Singapore's stunning metropolitan skyline. The SkyPark Infinity Pool is only accessible to guests staying at Marina Bay Sands Hotel though a ticketed observation deck is available for non-guests. Thank you for watching this experience on FlightTravels. Remember to subscribe! Check out FlightTravels blog: http://www.flighttravels.net/
#ARCHITECTURE Milan’s Bosco Verticale (Vertical Forest) has won the International Highrise Award 2014, from the City of Frankfurt. ————————— The International Highrise Award is given by the City of Frankfurt to honour structures that combine exemplary sustainability. Bosco verticale is residential development located close to the Porta Garibaldi train station in the city’s Porta Nuova area. The towers were designed by Stefano Boeri, Gianandrea Barreca and Giovanni La Varra . The two towers have a height of 119 and 87 metres and are correlated with the policies for reforestation and naturalization of the large urban and metropolitan borders (Metrosbosco) of the city of Milan. Metrobosco and Bosco Verticale are devices for the environmental survival of contemporary Europea...
1. Petronas towers Kuala lumpur Malaysia 2. Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Vietnam 3. Menara Telekom kuala lumpur Malaysia 4. MahaNakhon Bangkok Thailand 5. Baiyoke Tower II Bangkok Thailand 6. The Gramercy Residences manila Philippines 7. Republic Plaza - UOB Plaza - OUB centre Singapore 8. Lotte Centre Hanoi Vietnam 9. Bitexco Financial Tower Ho chi minh city Vietnam 10. The River Tower Bongkok Thailand
10 Top Tourist Attractions in Singapore Singapore is one of the great cities of the world, with its blend of Asian and European cultures. Graceful colonial buildings co-exist alongside centuries-old street markets and modern high-rises. Though the government can be strict with residents and visitors who misbehave, travelers who follow the rules can’t help but be fascinated by this multi-cultural city. An overview of the top tourist attractions in Singapore: 10. Marina Bay Sands 9. Singapore Flyer 8. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple 7. Night Safari 6. Singapore Botanic Gardens 5. Gardens by the Bay 4. Raffles Hotel 3. Clarke Quay 2. Resorts World Sentosa 1. Orchard Road
The following is a list of the tallest buildings in the world by country listing only the tallest building in each country. The list is including only completed (or at least topped-out) buildings. A total of 20 countries featured in the list have supertall skyscrapers (300 m and more). Many countries have constructed new tallest buildings in the 2010s, with the oldest tallest building in a country being St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican City, which has stood as the country's tallest building since 1652. The list includes the tallest (completed or topped out) buildings in each country in the world. All measurements are as defined and recognised by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH). Heights are measured to Architectural Top, with antennae being included. Each country...