The former Supreme Court was overhauled to house the new National Gallery Singapore – a museum that houses the world’s largest collection of Singapore and Southeast Asian art. Located on the rooftop of this newly renovated building, the Reflecting Pools are two infinity-edged water features that ‘reflect’ the colours of the skies. The pools were built with a customised stainless steel piping system that’s hidden beneath its surrounding glass floor structure.
|Architect||Studio Milou Architecture|
|Main Contractor||Takenaka – Singapore Piling JV|