fly me high, high up.



Doesn’t this architecture remind one of The Interlace?

VitraHaus by Herzog & de Meuron

The Interlace, Singapore

A hotel so ‘Netherlands’

Stunning. The hotel is made to look like stack houses, and in a way that reflects the country’s rich cultural/architectural history.

I so wanna go there and take photos of this fine architecture from all angles.

(Via designmilk)

Ferrari World Theme Park

Largest indoor theme park in the world.

In Yas Island, Abu Dhabi. Somehow, Abu Dhabi seems to be the hip town now. 3.5 yrs back, when I had to spend 2007 New Year Countdown in Abu Dhabi, nobody had a clue where the funny-sounding country is. But now, it seems to be the country to be in.

Anyways, back to the theme park. According to the official news we found on the Ferrari site: “Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is set to be the world’s largest indoor theme park, sitting under a roof designed in the style of a classic double-curve body shell of a Ferrari. There is energy, excitement and passion for the entire family at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi. With over 20 rides and attractions, including the world’s fastest roller coaster, Ferrari World is more than a theme park – it is the total Ferrari experience.

(Via freshome)

Scandinavian Apartment

I love Scandinavian interior design! Simple, uncluttered and cosy! The big windows add sunshine to the whole apartment. Wouldn’t this brighten anybody’s day? Even Monday blues do not exist in a house like this.


(Via freshome)

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.