Dizzyingly tall tower blocks create a mosaic effect as far as the eye can see in these mesmerising photos of Hong Kong's living quarters.
The apartments may look surreal
, but they are home to tens of thousands of people in a city that struggles for space to accommodate its seven million citizens.
Travel photographer Jason Langley captured the fascinating images of the apartment blocks while travelling in China.
Jason said: 'These apartment blocks in Hong Kong have come to define the modern urban landscape of the city.
'The flats cover a broad range of architectural styles and layouts all designed with a common aim - to provide housing for as many people as possible in a relatively small, densely populated urban space.
The housing blocks are almost hypnotic
thanks to their eye-catching and seemingly random colour scheme.
Towering skyscrapers: Around one third of Hong Kong's staggering 7.188 million population live in housing blocks such as these.
Home to thousands: The Shek Kip Mei Estate has 7,363 yellow, red, blue and grey apartments and is home to a staggering 14,000 people.
Close-quarters: Washing can be seen hanging from the seemingly countless balconies
of this towering Hong Kong apartment block.
City dwellers: Hong Kong is home to a population of more than seven million people, squeezed into an area measuring just 424 square miles.