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These Buildings in Singapore Utilize Pastels and Uniform Architecture

 - Aug 28, 2015
References: artsy.net & fubiz.net
Asia based Artist and photographer Peter Steinhauer has released a photo series featuring unique buildings in Singapore.

The photo series is meant to highlight the creative architecture and often whimsical color choices for each building facade. The collection titled 'Singapore Number Blocks,' features a recurring architectural pattern Steinhauer notices -- symmetry and linearity. Another interesting aspect of buildings in Singapore would be their bright pastel and sometimes multi-colored facades.

In many photographs, it is evident that geometry plays an important role in Singapore's architectural scene with many buildings sharing the same window and balcony shapes and sizes. Interestingly, each building photograph is given a number, written large on the exterior of the buildings. Each of the numbers however is a different typeface and reflects its particular building's architectural spirit.