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DISTINCTIVE PRESENCE IN BISHAN: Mr Safdie at the lap pool located on the highest sky bridge.
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DISTINCTIVE PRESENCE IN BISHAN: The Sky Habitat is a three-dimensional matrix of 509 units spread over two 38-storey blocks linked by three sky bridges.
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DISTINCTIVE PRESENCE IN BISHAN: Artist's impression of Jewel Changi Airport, which features a glass dome encasing a lush five-storey-high garden and a 40m-high waterfall.

Shaping the public realm

For architect Moshe Safdie the ideal housing is one that incorporates community infrastructure while giving residents their privacy.
Aug 1, 2015 5:50 AM

IF there is one foreign architect who is creating icons in Singapore, it could well be Moshe Safdie. The Israel-born, Canadian-trained, US-based architect performed his architectural sleight of hand with Marina Bay Sands, emblazoning the three towers, the sky park and the lotus-shaped Art