One very notable aspect of the houses I've been to in Singapore is that rather than hide from the equatorial heat behind unopenable glass walls and super-powered AC units, the people of Singapore open their doors, walls and windows to it. The indoors and outdoors blend entirely together. And this example from the architects Aamer shows just how swank this style can be.
Singapore based photographer, Fong Qi Wei layered different photos of the same spot he shot within 2 to 4 hours, sequencing time in a single image.
The very beautiful Singapore is presented in this tilt-shift timelapse. The selective focus that is the hallmark of tilt-shift is used pretty aggressively here.