Children’s Workshop at Oil Street Art Space

SKY YUTAKA conducted two primary school workshops at the Oil Street Art Space as part of the Leisure & Cultural Services’ annual School Culture Day programme.Starting with an introduction by the Oi! team explaining the brief history of the site and transformation into the current day community gallery space, SKY YUTAKA introduced the installation, inspirations…… Continue reading Children’s Workshop at Oil Street Art Space

Co-creating Hong Kong Design+ Exhibition, San Francisco

Through 14 design projects, “Co-creating Hong Kong” illustrates how Hong Kong’s emerging and leading creative talent applies design thinking to bring new perspectives on technology, sustainability, community. This refers to their co-creative efforts in the design process, as well as their collaborative synergies in carving out Hong Kong’s unique position in the Greater Bay area. It…… Continue reading Co-creating Hong Kong Design+ Exhibition, San Francisco

U+U Magazine

The work of SKY YUTAKA features in the inaugural edition of Urbanie + Urbanus (U+U) Journal published by the Hong Kong Institute of Urban Design (HKIUD) published in May 2019. This first edition based on the theme ‘A New Direction for Hong Kong?’ concerns creativity within the urban design process and as a way of…… Continue reading U+U Magazine

Pop Up Exhibition Installation for The Mills

A homage to evolution in Hong Kong culture since the 1960s to present day, the exhibition explores the way wearables have been integrated into Hong Kong’s daily life and pop culture. Through a selection of seminal consumer objects trace the emergence of computing and technology and set against the backdrop of high-density urban living how…… Continue reading Pop Up Exhibition Installation for The Mills

The 16th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition Hong Kong Response Exhibition

SKY YUTAKA’s Living Tower is now exhibiting as part of ‘Vertical Fabric: Density in Landscape 100 towers 100 architects’ (垂直肌理:密度的地景100個建築師 100個塔樓).Responding to the Hong Kong Pavilion curatorial theme, SKY YUTAKA took the opportunity to re-think the design of the tower typology and today’s global challenges in technology, environment and society. In exploring the urban conditions…… Continue reading The 16th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition Hong Kong Response Exhibition

Wan Chai Reflection

SKY YUTAKA are participating in Business of Design Week’s City Programme, a citywide creative and business community activation programme with the aim to connect, celebrate and engage the public, activate the community and foster collaboration with local businesses and brands. As part of the Education and Community Activation Programme, “Wanchai Reflection” the kinetic installation originally built…… Continue reading Wan Chai Reflection

Kinetic Installation at Clockenflap 2018

ACOUSTIC LIGHT is an event-specific installation developed in response to Hong Kong’s annual Arts and Music Festival Clockenflap which took place during 9th to 11th of November 2018. Responding to the event theme “Sensoria” SKY YUTAKA contributed to the event by continuing on our ongoing development of our ‘Architecture of Shade’ research work.Set against the…… Continue reading Kinetic Installation at Clockenflap 2018

TOKYO: Invisible Landscapes -Unfolding Histories of Shing Mun River

Previewing our ongoing landscape installation at construction stage, ‘Invisible Landscapes’ describes the evolution of Sha Tin’s unique urban landscape through a riverside walk of twelve permanent site-specific architectural interventions. The journey introduces the audience to the town’s historical past through a series of spatial devices which reveal a narrative of selected moments in one of…… Continue reading TOKYO: Invisible Landscapes -Unfolding Histories of Shing Mun River

Wan Chai Grammatica

Wan Chai GrammaticaWanchai, one of Hong Kong’s most vibrant and iconic districts is celebrated as part of Hong Kong Arts Centre’s 40th Anniversary Flagship exhibition ‘Wanchai Grammatica : Past, Present Future Tense’. Curation: Valerie C. Doran and HKAC Curatorial Team; Exhibition architecture by @skyyutaka; visual identity by @edited.hk