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The Gateway

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I.M. Pei, CKSP architects
location Singapore
function commercial space, office
contributed by Arch1Day

The project consists of two basements covering an area of approximately 160m x 93m and two identical parallelogram tower blocks each 37 storeys tall. The form of the towers is similar to the form used by I. M. Pei in the National Gallery of Art East Building in Washington, D.C. The twin-tower development of this site is intended to signify symbolically the 'Gateway' to Singapore. Therefore the two buildings are named 'The Gateway East' and 'The Gateway West'. Locals refer to the buildings as "two towering cardboard boxes". The buildings are detailed in a way that If you see them from a certain angle they seem to be two-dimensional.

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The Gateway
Beach Road 152
Project is not public!
How to get there? The the Singapore MRT East West Line to the Bugis MRT Station (EW12). From there, walk southeast along Rochor Road until you see the Gateway Building on your left, after the intersection with Beach Road.
Completion 4- 1990
Floor area/size 130000 m2
Cost € 44000000,-
Main designer, ArchitectI.M. Pei
ArchitectCKSP architects
Client Gateway Land
Project ID 6585
Latitude/Longitude 01°17'55N 103°51'31E
Contributed by Arch1Day
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