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Ceilings Architecture : Shopping Malls

10 Apr

Today’s theme : ceiling architecture, notably of shopping malls.

Here is a collection of ceiling photos taken over several months in various shopping malls in Singapore.

1. ION Orchard

Designed by leading architecture firm Benoy.

ION Orchard ceiling architecture

Features : amber and fluorescent lights

2. Wheelock Place

Designed by Kisho Kurokawa. Source : http://www.architravel.com/architravel/building/207

Wheelock Place ceiling architecture

Features : Blue Glass structure – taken at the front entrance.

3. Iluma

Designed by architects WOHA : project team – Wong Mun Summ, Richard Hassell, Chan Ee Mun, Dhamaraj Subramaniam, Ang Chow Hwee, Lim Yin Chao, Lim Yee Sze, Alen Low, Andrew MacLennan, Christopher Browne, Elavarasi Rajapackiyam, Johan Hermijanto, Maria Nieva.

Source : http://www.archithings.net/search/iluma+architect

Iluma ceiling architecture

Theme : Black and White Decoration that is repeated throughout the shopping mall

4. Raffles City

Designed by internationally acclaimed architect, I.M.Pei to be “the city within a city”.

Raffles City ceiling architecture

Theme : Open sky Light

5. Harbour Front/VivoCity

Designed by internationally acclaimed Japanese architect, Toyo Ito.

Harbour Front/Vivocity ceiling architecture

Features : Blue, green, white. The futuristic public seats scattered throughout the shopping centre follows this theme as well.

So many interesting things uncovered when one does a search on the internet. I didn’t know these facts until I do a search for more information.

If you are keen to do a photo shoot of shopping centre, here is a few tips for consideration.

Photographing Shopping Malls

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