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New museum in Singapore has intentional hole in the roof for rain to come in

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Construction workers complete work on the roof of the Singapore ArtScience Museum on February 8, 2011 at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. Designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie, the 50,000 sqft, lotus- inspired building, is the worlds first ArtScience Museum and will house 21 galleries. The large roof dish collects rain water which falls through the center atrium of the building as a waterfall, at night the roof then transforms into an amphitheatre displaying a light and laser show with the Singapore skyline as a backdrop. The museum is set to open to the public on the 17th of February at 1.18 pm, the time chosen by the projects Feng Shui master.

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Construction workers complete work on the roof of the Singapore ArtScience Museum on February 8, 2011 at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. Designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie, the 50,000 sqft, lotus- inspired building, is the worlds first ArtScience Museum and will house 21 galleries. The large roof dish collects rain water which falls through the center atrium of the building as a waterfall, at night the roof then transforms into an amphitheatre displaying a light and laser show with the Singapore skyline as a backdrop. The museum is set to open to the public on the 17th of February at 1.18 pm, the time chosen by the projects Feng Shui master.

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Tourists take photographs as construction workers complete work on the roof of the Singapore ArtScience Museum on February 8, 2011 at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. Designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie, the 50,000 sqft, lotus- inspired building, is the worlds first ArtScience Museum and will house 21 galleries. The large roof dish collects rain water which falls through the center atrium of the building as a waterfall, at night the roof then transforms into an amphitheatre displaying a light and laser show with the Singapore skyline as a backdrop. The museum is set to open to the public on the 17th of February at 1.18 pm, the time chosen by the projects Feng Shui master. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)