The Marina Bay Sands resort in Singapore was designed by Moshe Safdie architects and inaugurated in the Summer of 2010.
The Marina Bay Sands hotel is composed of three towers with a total of around 2500 rooms and suites with a continuous lobby at their base and the SkyPark at its top. The SkyParks features the world's longest elevated swimming pool.
Each of the three towers two asymmetrical legs can be seen well inside the central atrium. The lobby is also connected to Singapore's public transportation network.
The atrium of tower 1 contains an art installation by British sculptor Antony Gormley, titled "Drift" and created in 2009. It is 40 meters long, 23 meters high and 15 meters wide and weights almost 15 tons.
The ArtScience Museum was inaugurated on February 17, 2011. It ressembles a lotus flower.
Rainwater flows through the roof into a reflecting pond and is then recycled for usage in the restrooms.
The spherical Apple Marina Bay Sands store was designed by architecture studio Foster + Partners and opened in 2020.
Louis Vuitton Island Maison
The 2,500 square meter glass pavilion occupied by the Louis Vuitton store was the first Louis Vuitton Maison in Southeast Asia.