Tag Archives: Singapore architecture

The Pinnacle by 1davidmcmahon

The towering glass cone at Wheelock Place brings a special challenge for photographers seeking to align adjacent buildings neatly within the segments of the conical structure’s base.


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Touchy-Feely by 1davidmcmahon

It might look as if they’re close to touching, but the vertical perspective is deliberately misleading. The Michael Hotel on the left is actually several floors higher than the protective transparent ‘ceiling’ on the right that protects visitors to Sentosa from the sun and the rain.


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Night Of A Thousand Lanterns by 1davidmcmahon

Office towers bring an interesting contrast to a bird’s-eye view of the graceful lines of the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple in Singapore’s Chinatown area.There are several rows of lanterns on each side of the temple’s perimeter, actually taking their number to more than 1,000.


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SG 50 by chelian

The newly constructed Jubilee bridge that links the Merlion directly from Esplanade. Just in time for SG 50

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