Today, I didn’t have to far from the office to see these reflections. Walking out of the office and around the corner, the neighbouring Cotton Centre was reflecting on itself. I couldn’t resist taking a quick snapshot.
The symmetry of the building and reflections on the windows made me appreciate this building. I often prefer modern glass buildings during sunny periods. Often in the grey and drab weather, they can be rather lack-lustre. However when the sun is out, the shine of the windows show their true radiance.
I often wonder why the architects had chosen grey and black glass-windowed buildings in More London, which are such a contrast to the yellow brick of Hays Galleria. They work well in the sunny times, which are often in the summer months, but are often bleak (and act as quite good wind tunnels too) in the winter months in London.
On a sunny day, I enjoyed the sunny reflections from the neighbouring building.