Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Bathroom of the behemoths

There are over 300 buildings built by the Chinachem Group in Hong Kong, most notorious among which are the Lily in Repulse Bay (the one that looks like a giant urinal) and the Nina Tower in Tsuen Wan (vague resemblance to a humungous electric beard trimmer). However, Nina Wang's company also owns plenty of less flashy edifices, and I have noticed that a few of these are adorned with a mysterious symbol:

Quarry Bay

Central

To me, it looks like a bottle of cologne sprouting monster teeth... perfectly in keeping with Chinachem's big bathroom architectural style.

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