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Some snippets of my sanctuary








Expo DVD

I did not end up going to Shanghai to see the Expo, but bought the DVD from a news-stand in Guangzhou instead!

(Via YesAsia)

Can’t wait to watch it and be inspired by all the architecture of the pavilions etc!

I want to go Expo 2010 in Shanghai!

Am going to Guangzhou 2 weeks later and am contemplating if I should do a quick flyover to Shanghai to visit the World Expo.

Look at the pavilions man! My oh my! Isn’t it a pity to miss a chance like this considering that this is the biggest World Expo in history! But time and money are the reasons holding me back. I only have 4 full days in GZ and I’ve work to do. Boo.

Let’s take visual tour now..

1) UK Pavilion

2) Danish Pavilion

3) Swiss Pavilion

4) French Pavilion

5) German Pavilion

6) Spanish Pavilion

And not forgetting the Singapore Pavilion:

Read more about the Singapore Pavilion here.

Anyways, it’s simply heaven for all who love design/architecture/interior etc etc. 189 of the world’s 196 nations are represented at this Expo!  It’s the world at your footstep!

Mmmmmm, should I or should I not.

Nicest carpark ever

A newly-opened car park in Miami by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron.

Via dezeen.

Lofts Yungay II in Chile

My uni days in Melby made one of my dreams come true – to live in contemporary-looking townhouses and/or apartments.

I’ve resigned to the fact that this little fantasy can come true anywhere but SG. No way can I afford such luxury in space-constrained SG and money-starved pockets of mine. Home is merely a 3-room flat for me now.

But I’ve always loved architecture/interior decor stuff. Look at this row of candy-looking houses in Chile. They are simply yummy!

And the clean and sleek interiors!

Pls the awesom-est view!

Via archdaily.