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Thursday, June 28, 2007

Parkview Square, it stands out literally

This building looks very different from outside from its neighbours.



One should walk into concourse and take a look at its elaborate art deco.

17 comments:

Olivier said...

grand et impressionnant cet immeuble, bravo pour cette photo de nuit, j'aime beaucoup cette lumiere

large and impressing this building, cheer for this photograph of night, I like much this light

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Because of the architecture, it could have been a building in NYC!

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That's a lot of money.

Jilly said...

This is a simply wonderful photograph of a beautiful building.

-xx- BabyGal -xx- said...

Hi, just chanced upon ur site.. very interesting.. i love taking photos too but very amatuer ones and just using a normal digicam.. what camera are u using to take such clear and sharp images? Can u recommend me? i'm taking of doing a photography course too.

Ch√Ęteau-Gontierdailyphoto said...

Very beautiful light for this photograph of night, it very is successful

Meg in Nelson said...

Will you? Walk in and photo the elevators???

karlis of rigadailyphotos said...

Beautiful building and colors!

Victor said...

Although the building has been around for many years, I've never been inside before. Maybe because it looks quite intimidating from the outside. I heard that it leases space only to "high-class" tenants. Also got recent information that Singapore's got a 3rd Sir Stamford Raffles statue that is housed within this buiding. Hmm... must really go and see for myself one of these days.

dijah said...

Pretty picture.The background of the picture is prettier!
:D

NorthBayPhoto said...

Building and photo are great.

Benita said...

Parkview won't allow cameras on its premises. A couple of my friends have been turned away before. The building is very exclusive -- apparently they select their tenants. There's a 2 or 3-storey wine cellar and if my memory serves me right, it's owned by a tycoon from Hong Kong who has this huge house in Bukit Timah.

I've never been in Parkview itself, so don't ask me how I know so much about it ;)

snoopy said...

It looks very different on photo...!! great picture

The Cooking Ninja said...

Haven't seen this building before that means I'm away from home too long liao. :)

Kuanyin said...

What a gorgeous, imposing building!

Meg in Nelson said...

It still looks like something from Gotham City, don'tcha think? Forgot to say that last time.

abraxis said...

So that's what that building is!

I just know it as "that deco-y building near Bugis"

gbathurst said...

I use to work at Park View Square. This building use to take my breathe away every morning. Go look inside.