In many ways, the ION Orchard in Singapore represents the best of the design aesthetic followed by Asian developers and architects in recent years. Because of the scarcity of land in many Asian cities, most projects in the region are vertical, rather than horizontal, and take advantage of existing links to major transportation terminals, says Brian E. Wolfe, senior principal with Perkowitz + Ruth Architects, a Long Beach, Calif.-based firm.
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