Singapore :: The National Gallery of Singapore opened just a month before we arrived and we were excited to wander through this amazing space that links the former Supreme Court and City Hall buildings to create the largest museum in Singapore. This amazing staircase in the City Hall Wing features a ceiling that allows visitors to look up into the rooftop ponds.

Singapore :: The National Gallery of Singapore opened just a month before we arrived and we were excited to wander through this amazing space that links the former Supreme Court and City Hall buildings to create the largest museum in Singapore. This amazing staircase in the City Hall Wing features a ceiling that allows visitors to look up into the rooftop ponds.

Gallery of The Waterfront Pavilion – Australian National Maritime Museum / FJMT Studio - 13

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Gallery of The Waterfront Pavilion – Australian National Maritime Museum / FJMT Studio - 13

Gallery of The Waterfront Pavilion – Australian National Maritime Museum / FJMT Studio - 1

Gallery of The Waterfront Pavilion – Australian National Maritime Museum / FJMT Studio - 1

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Gallery of The Waterfront Pavilion – Australian National Maritime Museum / FJMT Studio - 5

Gallery of The Waterfront Pavilion – Australian National Maritime Museum / FJMT Studio - 5

Image 5 of 25 from gallery of The Waterfront Pavilion – Australian National Maritime Museum / FJMT Studio. Photograph by Brett Boardman

Intentionally unstable Water Pavilion lets visitors walk on the ocean | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Intentionally unstable Water Pavilion lets visitors walk on the ocean

Intentionally unstable Water Pavilion lets visitors walk on the ocean | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Nestlé’s Chocolate Museum,© Leonardo Finotti

Nestlé’s Chocolate Museum / Metro Arquitetos Associados

Curls of white concrete and a water-filled courtyard surround this museum of Baroque art and culture in Mexico by Japanese architect Toyo Ito

Curls of white concrete and a water-filled courtyard surround this museum of Baroque art and culture in Mexico by Japanese architect Toyo Ito

Gallery of The Waterfront Pavilion – Australian National Maritime Museum / FJMT Studio - 9

Gallery of The Waterfront Pavilion – Australian National Maritime Museum / FJMT Studio - 9

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