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Standing tall on North Bridge Road, Parkview Square is one of the grandest and most expensive office buildings in Singapore. Built in an exquisite Art Deco style of architecture, this building houses the Honorary Consulate of Oman, and the embassies of the United Arab Emirates, Austria and Mongolia. It is also nicknamed the Gotham-building because of the striking similarities to the buildings of the fictional city. A floor-to-ceiling 3-storey high wine cellar lies in the lobby marking the presence of the bar and dining space, ATLAS. The ambient floor lights and the comfortable armchairs make this bar a luxuriant experience.
The magnificent Parkview Square is home to a contemporary art gallery and museum on its third floor. Outside the building, there are several bronze statues inspired by artists such as Salvador Dali, Plato and Sun Yat-Sen. The centre of this courtyard is a piece called the Golden Crane Statue, which depicts a crane in pre-flight mode, craving to go back to its homeland, China. The crane itself points towards China as well. The Parkview Square building is a beautiful building and an absolute extravagant sight. Even if you decide to not go inside the building, the courtyard is also an experience of a different sort.