The ArtScience Museum in Singapore was designed by architect Moshe Safdie and is an art piece in and of itself.  The museum, located on the Bay waterfront, resembles a floating lily.  Not only is it beautifully designed, but it is also environmentally sustainable.  The structure is able to recycle rainwater into it’s plumbing system because of the fish-like form of the roof.  It is made up of glass-fiber reinforced polymer and contains 21 galleries.  To enter the museum, you walk through a free-standing glass pavilion.


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