Marina Bay, South Singapore, was converted in the 1970′.
Ever since, the waterfront has considerably changed, encapsulating some of the most challenging architectural designs of all times.
On the left, classic skyscrapers. On the right, the Artscience Museum, an iconic presence along the Marina Bay waterfront.
Designed by architect Moshie Safdie, the lotus-inspired ArtScience Museum has been called “The Welcoming Hand of Singapore”.
The building form is made up of 10 “fingers” anchored by a unique round base in the middle. The design of each finger reveals different gallery spaces featuring skylights at the “fingertips” that illuminate the dramatically curved interior walls.
On the waterfront, you will also get to see this amazing Louis Vuitton flagship, a glass-and-steel Crystal Pavilion island, designed by Safdie Architects.
The concept store was to act as a gallery for LV products and embody the feel of high fashion elegance and the nautical aesthetic for which LVMH has become known.
The Bay is now getting ready for the Chinese New Year’s Eve.
Thousands of people will come here to enjoy the Luna Park and see the fireworks.
But, wait a minute, what the hell is hidden behind the plastic horses and temples ?!