Moshe Safdie is designing an enormous casino development in Singapore. Safdie, the Montreal architect of Habitat 67, intended the development to resemble playing cards, and the effect is fairly brutal--a row of concrete towers connected at the roof to form a park of sorts. It appears oddly from the mid-twentieth century, but maybe I'm just influenced by tower-in-the-park housing projects I've seen recently. Here's one model from wikipedia:
The project is well underway and part of a broader strategy by the Las Vegas Sands to expand Southeast Asian operations beyond Macao.
What a bizarre industry.
Hat tip: CA.