December 22, 2014 § 3 Comments
Located in Vancouver, BC, the Shangri-la is the tallest building in the city, although you wouldn’t know it from the below photo where it seems dwarfed by two other structures.
The bottom 15 floors are a hotel and the upper 47 floors are some of the most expensive condos you can buy in BC.
At its base grows bamboo.
The Vancouver Art Gallery also displays some works outside the Shangri-li. Next is another shot looking up from inside one of the pieces erected by the Gallery.
Here’s a shot inside the wooden structure.
And here’s another work placed outside the Shangri-la some years ago. This one was done by artist Ken Lum.
And a shot of winter in Shangri-la where the Japanese Maples survive amid the pond.
That’s all for now!