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Reaching for the Sky: The Making of Marina Bay Sands

SKU: 009895

Marina Bay Sands, a $5 billion, high-density, mixed-use integrated resort that brings together a 2560 room hotel, convention center, shopping and dining, theaters, museum, and a casino across the water from Singapore's Central Business District, opened to the public on June 23, 2010.

Designed by Boston-based, internationally renowned architect Moshe Safdie for the Las Vegas Sands Corporation, the 929,000 meter (10 million square-foot) urban district anchors the Singapore waterfront, creates a gateway to Singapore, and provides a dynamic setting for a vibrant public life. This new urban place integrates the waterfront promenade, a 74,000 square meter (800,000 square-foot), multi level arcade, and the iconic Museum of Art Science on the promontory. Located along the network of Public paths are also two theaters with a combined 4000 seats, a casino, a 9000 square meter (96,000 square-foot) convention center, and a hydraulically adjustable public event plaza of 5000 square meters (54,000 square-foot). Combining indoor and outdoor spaces and providing a platform for a wide array of activities, this vibrant, 21rst century cardo maximus, or grand arcade, also connects to the subway and other transportation.

by Moshe Safdie (Author)

Hardcover, 300 Pages


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Reaching for the Sky: The Making of Marina Bay Sands

Reaching for the Sky: The Making of Marina Bay Sands

Audrey's Museum Store

Pickup available, usually ready in 4 hours

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Reaching for the Sky: The Making of Marina Bay Sands
Reaching for the Sky: The Making of Marina Bay Sands Sale price$75.00