RESEARCH // HKU - Investigating Illegal Structures in Hong Kong.
We've been documenting the vast amount of illegal structures in some of the Hong Kong's walled villages for a series of short films for an upcoming exhibition. (Collaborating with Superposition, Yongki Sunarta and Evelyn Tjuatja)
Research and teaching work on Hong Kong Walled villages we have undertaken at the University of Hong Kong will form a new exhibition and installation of work in the Hong Kong Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (UABB). More information to follow
As part of an ongoing research project, we have been exploring unused sites in Hong Kong. These temporary public interventions are a response to the paradox found in the city, the abundance of unused space in one of the most densely populated places in the world.
We have been commissioned to design a new music space in Hong Kong. The mix use space will be a social hub for local and international creative artists. The music bar concept for the space in the heart of central Hong Kong has strong emphasis in music, creating a venue for gathering creative artists from different fields as well, such as visual artists, photog...
Research // New design code for Hong Kong walled villages. Research studio with first year architecture students at HKU examining Hong Kong urban villages.
There are 642 recognised villages in the New Territories. These villages, which are scattered between urbanised parts of the Kowloon peninsula and mainland China, existed when the New Territories were added to the British colony in 1898, but many exis...