Architecture photo giveaway #013: National Library

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A truly impressive piece of architecture, the National Library Singapore. With the use of a simple materials like aluminum & glass; the variety of its form create a magnificent appeal that I personally like.


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Wow... awesome photography

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Really beautiful architecture, it going up and curved.The color is also very attractive, fits very well to modern city like Singapore :)