How Hong Kong Became A ‘City Of Malls’

If people in Hong Kong want to see some provocative art this winter, they won’t necessarily head to an art gallery or museum — they’ll go to the mall. The city’s new retail complex, K11 Musea, certainly doesn’t look like an ordinary shopping center. Greenery cascades down its sinuous facades, while inside, a group of over 100 designers has delivered a bronze-hued, riotous clash of patterns and forms, including a huge geometric sphere that looms over one of the mall’s atriums. Read more at CNN.