I sincerely respect and appreciate wopchop's posts because we know he's in the industry so he knows of what he speaks, but I still say there's something different happening at the top of Shangri-la when compared to Bay-Adelaide Centre or the Four Seasons towers. When I view all from the same POV at different times during the day the screen-wall or "fins" at the top of BA & Four Seasons look like screen-walls, Shangri-la has a strong reflective quality to it. I don't doubt that the glass is consistent but something is making the PH terrace glass reflect for some reason, unlike similar setups at BA or Four Seasons.
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