Hong Kong is one of the largest metropolises in Asia, and the newly built M+ Pavilion helps people to get an idea of just how massive and impressive the city state truly is. The pavilion is primarily designed to give an elevated view of the West Kowloon Cultural District, a downtown neighborhood in Hong Kong, and it further doubles as an event venue and cultural exhibition.
The most striking aspect of M+ Pavilion itself (aside from the view) is its exterior. The walls of the pavilion are clad in massive chrome panels. These panels create a mirrored effect that reflects the natural environment surrounding the hill-topping pavilion. Considering the dense urban images that the pavilion gives way to, a reflection of green space is especially important.
Mirrored City Viewpoints
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