04 Jan '13, 11pm

Wired Building of the Week: Singapore's Gateway Towers

Wired Building of the Week: Singapore's Gateway Towers

Each week, Wired Design brings you a photo of one of our favorite buildings, showcasing boundary-pushing architecture and design involved in the unique structures that make the world's cityscapes interesting. Check back Fridays for the continuing series, and feel free to make recommendations in the comments, by Twitter , or by e-mail. Gateway Towers, Singapore Completed in 1990, the trapezoidal shape of I.M. Pei 's Gateway Towers in Singapore create an optical illusion when viewed from certain angles — the 37-story office buildings appear strangely two-dimensional. Photo: Joan Campderros-i-Canas/Flickr

Full article: http://www.wired.com/design/2013/01/building-of-the-week/

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