Prizm Plaza. That's how it's called owing to the elegant, ultra-modern design of the building called Two E-Com. The park itself is situated at the 4th level, a breathtaking sprawl boasting of ponds, cafes (there's Coffee Bean) and restaurants (there's Alba Spanish Restaurant). To its east is the boardwalk overlooking Manila Bay, and to its west is the glimpse of the rising landscape being continually developed at the Central Business Park Reclamation Area in Pasay City.
If you think it's unfamiliar territory, you'd be very wrong. The building is still part of the Mall of Asia (MOA) complex. On a clear day while waiting for the setting of the sun, everything looked radiantly golden. You wouldn't want to miss this serene enclave of geometric designs and glass panels admixed with blue skies and reflections from the pond found at the center of the park. Forms come into place.
This is the Eye in the Sky!
|Manila Bay bracing for the sunset.|
|Two E-Com Building's Prism Plaza. This photo only courtesy of sm-land.com.|
|Two E-Com Building. This photo only courtesy of Wikipedia.|