Atrium

Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Sepang, Selangor
Kuala Lumpur, Selangor

I used to dream often of a garden in Kyoto, along the eastern hills in a southern part of town that didn’t—quite—exist in life. I would feel myself wandering through a labyrinth of narrow streets to some station-cum-shopping complex on the western side of town. Why I began to dream of this—or why I remade the city in my sleep—of course I never knew. But it was those hills that always called to me in my conscious life, as the great temples and celebrated beauties of the city never could.
Pico Iyer

One of the architecturally lovelier airport terminals I’ve passed through.

12 thoughts on “Atrium

  1. Don’t you just LOVE modern airports these days, Michael. Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport has the same effect on me! The AWE factor.

  2. Architecture like this is absolute wonderful, I am always impressed by the calculation of how strong something needs to be.
    Great shot and love the composition.

  3. Isn’t it weird that we love walking around in buildings that make us feel like we are outside? Nice shot, and, yes, I like the airy atmosphere and outside view, too!

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