This year’s Lantern Wonderland Festival saw one of the most remarkable formerly drinkable masterpieces: the Rising Moon dome.

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The award winning pavilion, designed by the Hong Kong-based firm Daydreamers Design, is composed of recycled water bottles fixed with LED lights resembling individual Chinese paper lanterns.

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The 4,800 five-gallon water bottles sprinkled under hues of green, blues and reds echoing the vibrant city of Hong Kong. Different lighting effects were used to imitate the different lunar phases.

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Reflected on the water on which it floats, the dome is created into a glowing sphere.

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Moreover, inside the dome hanged 2,300 additional bottles resembling an eco-friendly chandelier. A pathway cuts through the structure enabling guests to get a closer look into the Rising Moon.

 By Marwah Garib

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