Kuala Lumpur is home to numerous nocturnal hotspots nestled atop high-rise structures.
Exchange 106, Southeast Asia’s tallest skyscraper contains 93 floors of office space, as well as restaurants and shops in its lower reaches. Its distinct geometric glass crown can be illuminated in various colors, while a “sky lobby” at the 57th floor offers views over the Malaysian capital.
The incredible sky fall installation located there consists of 734 crystal balls with a soda effect provides dramatic reflections in the daytime and a distinctive glow at night with pulsing LED chips implemented in the crystal component. The magic trick uses the reflection of the shiny ceiling surface and creates a water mirroring effect that adds lightness as well as depth to space.