Mixed style architecture

Mixed-style architecture is becoming increasingly common.
Trend - More than simply repurposing or revamping old spaces, architects are creating structures that perfectly merge old and new styles that seamlessly coexist with one another, rather than being fully integrated. These structures are able to satisfy a range of architectural preferences while also having the benefit of enhanced multifunctionality.
On the photo an example from Singapore.

NIKON CORPORATION, NIKON D750, 80.0-400.0 mm f/4.5-5.6, 95.0 mm, 16, 1/160, 400