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The Glass Pavilion by Steve Hermann - Gorgeous how the loadbearing walls are used in this residential house, allowing the house to be completely open. #ModernHome #lovethishouse

The Glass Pavilion by Steve Hermann - Gorgeous how the loadbearing walls are used in this residential house, allowing the house to be completely open. #ModernHome #lovethishouse

Waterview Connection :: Beca

Waterview Connection :: Beca

Upon entering the open air mall on the building’s lower levels, visitors can descend into a series of sunken plazas, or begin a journey up a series of switch-back escalators that leads to the upper civic and performing arts levels.

Upon entering the open air mall on the building’s lower levels, visitors can descend into a series of sunken plazas, or begin a journey up a series of switch-back escalators that leads to the upper civic and performing arts levels.

The curved glass surface also serves as the ceiling of the open air mall, which features escalators that lead to the civic   levels above.

The curved glass surface also serves as the ceiling of the open air mall, which features escalators that lead to the civic levels above.

The building is stratified into the Star Vista retail mall on the lower levels and the Star Performing Arts Centre above. Visitors at grade approach under a curving glazed canopy, and can arrive via the adjacent light-rail stop, or drive to the subterranean parking levels under the complex.

The building is stratified into the Star Vista retail mall on the lower levels and the Star Performing Arts Centre above. Visitors at grade approach under a curving glazed canopy, and can arrive via the adjacent light-rail stop, or drive to the subterranean parking levels under the complex.

Designed by Andrew Bromberg of Aedas, this mixed-use complex in Singapore may be the only structure where you can shop on a Saturday afternoon, go to a rock concert that night, and return to the same seat for Sunday church services.

Designed by Andrew Bromberg of Aedas, this mixed-use complex in Singapore may be the only structure where you can shop on a Saturday afternoon, go to a rock concert that night, and return to the same seat for Sunday church services.