Clifford Pier in Singapore, an art-deco building built in the 1930s, was at that time a landing point for ocean-going passengers, and is being re-developed. Since December last year a new restaurant has opened inside. I have walked by there several times on my pre-dawn walks looking for 'night light' photo opportunities. I have been intrigued by the red lanterns that have remained lit even after Chinese New Year, and now I know why--they were originally hung from the pier to guide the new arrivals, and thus the pier was known in Chinese as "Red Lamp Pier".
I also made a hand-held black & white image looking through the window of the restaurant at the interesting repeating semi-circular shapes of the decorations on the floor and in the wonderful arched trusses of the roof.
It is great fun to find such interesting subjects so close to our home in Singapore.