Malls and establishments like City of Dreams Manila, Solaire Resort and Casino, Greenbelt 5, and Globe Tower in Bonifacio Global City are fast adapting to the worldwide trend of adding hanging installations to the interiors of their buildings. The latest one to jump on the bandwagon? Shangri-La Plaza Mandaluyong, which has recently propped up this elaborate ceiling installation at its East Wing.
The abstract art installation, which is made primarily of wood and comprised of two main pieces, possesses intricate curves and weaves, giving visitors an illusion of dark smoke mid-air. It's best viewed from this angle:
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