Responding to the theme of freespace, the Hong Kong pavilion exhibition curated by Weijen Wang with Thomas Chung and Thomas Tsang celebrates the unique building typology and urban conditions of Hong Kong’s urban form with Vertical Fabric: Density in Landscape.
The exhibition provides Hong Kong’s slender towers with a platform of dialogue with the world, framing a discourse of vertical architecture and urbanism and also incubates visions for vertical freespace facing global challenges in technology, environment, society and culture.
An exhibition which provides architects collectively an opportunity to make statements on the design of tower typology. Our proposition Living Tower re-imagines the future tower as a useful infrastructure that improves and contributes to city living, a freespace where architecture extends beyond a functional programme and provides additional benefits that improve the quality of life at streetscape and plays a significant social contribution to the neighbourhood.
Exhibition Dates: 26 May 2018 – 25 November 2018
Venue: Campo della Tana, Castello 2126- 30122 Venezia
Opening hours: 10am – 6pm (10am – 8pm on Fridays)
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