The Dragons Tooth: A Battle of Buildings in Singapore
It is every architect's dream to contribute to the magnificent landscape of Singapore. Join us to understand how Fengshui has been used in buildings in Singapore to not only complement one another and promote harmony, but also how some designs have been built to "offset" one another, in a literal battle of buildings. Discover how Fengshui still influences urban planning and design behind some of our most iconic buildings, and look at them with different eyes the next time!
Explore the epicentre of Orchard road; what is the origin story and reason behind the different design strategies?
Understand the influences of Fengshui and the polarities of designs created to oppose forces in the Beach road and Marina area
What was the original Dragons Tooth and what are Dragon Holes in buildings?
Find out how to use a Fengshui Compass and Chart
Food & Beverages are not included, please bring your own water bottle.
Meeting Point: Ion Orchard, outside Louis Vuitton shop window
Ending Point: Suntec City & Fountain of Wealth
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