Most sporting arenas aren’t considered aesthetically beautiful monuments. But the all-new Amway Center is Orlando, Florida, may change that view. Designed by Kansas City-based architecture firm Populous, this arena is immediately striking thanks to its 180-foot spire, which towers over the main entrance. This tower is also illuminated all day every day by 176 LED light fixtures and is wrapped in a steel frame that contains stainless steel mesh within. According to Brad Clark, a senior designer at Populous, this tower is very noticeable because of the way it reflects light, “And because it’s an oval shape, as it extrudes up the side of the tower, you’re looking through the mesh to the backside of the mesh, on the other side of the oval.” The Sky Bar nightclub resting atop the tower gives visitors the ability to see this striking architectural element up close.