as a piece of sculpture, it's interesting.
but architecture is more than exterior aesthetics.
do you know anything about:
- how the building functions for it's users? enough elevators? access for the disabled? emergency egress? etc?
- what the interior aesthetics are?
- how green it is? both construction, and operation?
I've been inside the building and on the top floor, and I did notice many lifts and ramps for disabled access. It also looked awesome from the inside, along with the shopping centre in front (which contains a working canal underneath a suspended open-air restaurant). As for environmental construction, I don't know, but the entire area (like much of the Singapore central business district) is reclaimed land from the sea, which causes terrible environmental damage.
Also, what I'd like to know is, when the rest of the world is in the grip of recession and cutbacks, why Singapore manages to always remain so perpetually rich!