Best Singapore’s Architecture For Design Lovers (Part II)- Design lovers, are you ready to see the next 5 amazing architecture structures of Singapore? Let’s continue our trip through the old, the new and the renovated panorama of structural design in Singapore.
Dear design lovers, let’s continue our journey to the best places that you must visit in Singapore. Are you ready? So seat belts on, all let’s go check the best architectural structures of Singapore, a city that has so much to see.
The Thai-inspire cafe is an open shed structure, that is hidden in the middle of a lush tropical forest, on one of Singapore’s oldest parks. You can’t get there by car. It’s built on a cliff and you need to hike up a path from the public car park which, in a country where no one walks if they can help it, adds to the adventure of getting there.
This 10km trail it’s an amazing place that takes two hours to walk from one end of the bridge to another. In Singapore, mountain trails it’s something that you see every day that’s why this is one of the most fascinating combinations of urban and nature.
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As you can see the ADM school consists of three intertwining blocks which interweave to enclose a plaza and it also features a completely green roof! This architectural wonder lies classrooms, a library and other design studios for the use of the art, design and media students.
The Marq, on Paterson Hill, is the first ever luxury apartment building fully decorated by the luxury fashion company, Hermes! If you want to take a swim, the Marq is furnished with a 15-meter private lap pool cantilevered over the city skyline for each unit within The Signature Tower.
Designed to mimic two symmetrical figures “sensual silhouette”, the Ferrell Residences, in Bukit Timah, it’s certainly an architectural structure that you don’t see every day. Full-height windows on each side of the apartment bring in more light and air in addition to 270° views. These luxury residences also have a sky terrace, jet pool, spa, and jacuzzi.