2010 is the expected date of completion for Creative Media Center, being built for the City University of Hong Kong. Studio Daniel Libeskind is working in collaboration with Leigh & Orange Architects on this project and as gallery (after jump) would prove, the building boasts of a unique geometric design that verges on weirdness. Designed as a crystalline monolith, the Creative Media Center is a structure replete with richness in façade, built of wonderful materials that exude richness. The internal spaces will be in sync with the inspiring exterior and will be characterized by openness and connectivity. Needless to say, the atmosphere will be congenial for research and activity. The Creative Media Center is being built on a 265,000 sq.ft of area and the steel and concrete structure comes with ceramic tile cladding. The building will include a multi-purpose theatre, sound stages, laboratories, classrooms, exhibition spaces, a cafe and restaurant. It will also house the Centre for Media Technology and the Department of Computer Engineering and Information Technology. No doubt visitors and students will flock the site when it opens in 2011. Check out more images in picture gallery after jump.