字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Today, on the island of Singapore, the next phase of skyscraper evolution is underway. And this time it's about building sideways. You can say we're bringing the ground to the sky. And you can say in an equally challenging way we're bringing the sky down to earth. World-famous architect Moshe Safdie is pioneering a radical new vision of what the skyscraper can be. Safdie designed the beautiful $6 billion Marina Bay Sands Resort in Singapore. Bringing the new concept of 'horizontal' to the skyscraper... A giant platform, large enough to park four A-380 passenger jets, creates space for gardens, swimming pools and sun-decks. Six hundred feet off the ground. I thought that would have an amazing magic to it and it would actually serve a very functional purpose of creating open public space, with a connection with nature that you couldn't possibly do any other way. You look over the edge and you have a sense of where you are but at the same time it's like a place you would find you are not on the ground only you are somehow elevated.