While I was in Singapore, I visited the Gardens by the Bay. This is what the super-trees look like at night:
I know we are supposed to be impressed; but I felt intensely sad about the place. The towering concrete and metal "trees" seemed incredibly ugly.
What message is it supposed to be sending out? Given that the two domes there are reported to cost millions of dollars per year to maintain their cool, temperate atmosphere, the message seems to be this: we can waste a huge amount of money creating something modern and ugly, and we don't care.
Maybe visiting it at night was not the best time. But I think if I had gone there during the daytime, I would still have found it really depressing.