'Always look up': China from below
Updated: 2015-11-03 11:02
Andy Yeung's "Compact City" shows the unique layout and structure of residential buildings in Hong Kong and reflects people's lives in the megalopolis.[Photo/IC]
The tallest buildings in China have been photographed from the ground up. Hong Kong photographer Andy Yeung has visited over one hundred skyscrapers in his quest to show the beauty of China's great megastructures by producing a series of optical illusions named as "Always Look up". One work shows an internal view of the mighty Jinmao Tower with eighty-eight floors, measuring an extraordinary 1379 feet in height, while others reflect incredible symmetry and architectural splendour of Hong Kong and other major Chinese cities.