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  • Amanda Snyder

    Swimming bridge in Singapore. The pool is pretty awesome- but look at that building too! Love the balconies

  • Jonathan Bell

    SubscribeFollowLike. . .GadgetsAutosArchitectureProduct DesignGreen DesignArtMore >>HomeFurnitureIndustrial DesignInterior DesignOutdoorsTechnologyFashionGardenInfographics.slideshows gallery // .Post tagged "Architecture" Seven sustainable homes to reduce your carbon footprint By Dattatreya Mandal /3 months ago A house can be considered as one place where a person finds ultimate peace. Starting from the igloos, roofed huts to faux chateaus, a house is among the very few places where an individual can experience complete tranquility of physical safety as well as more MORPHotel looks like a human vertebral spine By Jaspreet Kaur Walia /3 months ago There are a lot of hotels that manage to leave an everlasting impression with the way they are constructed. The architectural marvels force people to drop their jaws in surprise and savor the uniqueness they come wrapped in. Joining the league is the MO more Seven strange yet sustainable house designs By Aswathy Varma /3 months ago A beautiful house is a sweet dream of everyone. Though it gives you shelter and security, it is also a place where you spread your dreams, and live your life. You may have certain concepts about your own house. There are many more 10 revolving architecture designs for a lovely spin By Radhicka S Saxena /3 months ago Creativity and aesthetics are hallmarks of modern day architecture. Another spectacle achieved in this century is the rotating constructions that move around giving a complete view of the sites outside. Many buildings, especially towering skyscrapers are more Eight creative urban rooftops By Apara Bhattacharya /3 months ago The raging problem in the urban sector is scarcity of space. With every passing day this is getting aggravated due to the increase in population in the urban sector along with the migration of further people from the rural sector. Thus, there is even mo more Seven unusual upside down building designs By Apara Bhattacharya /3 months ago It is quite debatable whether upside down houses are architectural splendor or crazy creations. It is even more confusing whether these buildings are suitable for practical use. Whatever might be the topic of argument regarding these upside down architect more Bishan Central Condominium Project by Moshe Safdie Architects

  • All is Wall

    #Swimming_pool joining two #buildings in #Singapore ! #travel #hd_wallpaper #travelling #trees #world #beautiful #amazing #photography .

  • Byju Rajan

    The ‘Sky Habitat’ in Singapore consists of two 38-story tall towers, able to accommodate a total of 574 apartments. Its most glaring feature, however, is the 50 meter long swimming pool that also serves as a bridge between the two condo towers. The property also has two garden bridges and a pool at the ground floor, for those who love the safe and less accident-prone smell of freshly-cut grass. Designed by Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie, the ‘Sky Habitat’ will be completed in 2015.

  • Vinicius Lima

    Architect Designs Two 38-Storey Buildings Connected By An Amazing Sky Pool

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