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Location: enjoying life in Tønsberg the coolest little town in Norway
Such an utterly wild design
a boat held up by three v shaped buildings
fits Singapore very well considering they built all their economy around free trade and shipping and hawe always been known as a great port city.
you can only begin to wonder what will happen the day the government lifts the 280,1m height limit.
although this limit has made Singapore looking very special compared to Hong kong it is also restricting development i believe since Singapore also has very limited space. Actually 300 square km less than Hong Kong.
and building a hole hill of exactly 280m high skyscrapers wont be very pretty
We set our visions higher
Its never to tall just way to small