Street Light


One of the things I love about Hong Kong is the city’s captivation with light. There’s the neon for which Hong Kong is famous, of course, but in recent years it has really taken to dressing up its buildings in LED displays. Here are two examples I came across while wandering around town. Below, a McDonald’s sign backlit by neon, is really nothing exceptional, but it captures how even the most banal of businesses have invested in lighting displays. Above is the new LED-lit façade of the W Hotel in Wan Chai, which fades from one colour to the next between dusk and midnight.


This entry was written by Christopher DeWolf , posted on Saturday April 19 2008at 02:04 pm , filed under Asia Pacific and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

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