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Detail of Roof of 'Theatres on the Bay'' : Stock Photo
The Esplanade 'Theatres on the bay' was opened in 2002 and designed by DP architects and Michael Wilford & partners. The appearance is said to resemble a Durian or Fly's eye

Detail of Roof of 'Theatres on the Bay''

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Allan Baxter
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The Esplanade 'Theatres on the bay' was opened in 2002 and designed by DP architects and Michael Wilford & partners. The appearance is said to resemble a Durian or Fly's eye
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