Master Architect Norman Foster has lent an identity synonymous with his style to the Bilbao Metro. The Bilbao Metro is ultramodern yet ambiguously organic with glassy, tubular station entrances at street level and steel wonders underground. These are aptly called the ‘Fosteritos’, and the glass station entrances have already become an iconic part of the city’s architecture. The unique, ornate, Art Nouveau metro entrances designed by Hector Guimard are synonymous with Paris's metro. Even in its futuristic interpretations many a Dubai metro station integrate in its conceptual design traditional architectural ingredients observed in traditional Arab architecture such as wind towers, oriels, alleyways or internal arches. The garden city of Singapore’s stations is intricately landscaped to reflect its flowering orchids, tropical palms, or shrubs. Vancouver's LRT -Skytrain incorporates a hybrid style of organic designs, west-coast wood architecture and modern metal-and-glass designs.