Connecting Generations

Building on the original pop-up exhibition ‘From Vintage to Techstyle : 60 years of Wearables re-inventing Hong Kong’, Connecting Generations continues the theme with ‘Memory Moments’,  context specific response to the evolving New Town, Tseung Kwan O, and a community social photography exhibition together with a display of classic toys of Hong Kong as a […]

Light Motions

Design Trust : Critically HomemadePrototype Exhibition In times of reduced social separation there are benefits for spatial devices that promote interaction and encourage the user to connect with their loved ones. ‘Light Motions’ is a conceptual proposal for a IOT lighting device that allows family members and friends to send smiles and messages to each […]

Matter Matters, a material art exhibition in Hangzhou

Light Flower 2.0 features in Matter Matters, a material art exhibition in Hangzhou which invites us to reflect on understanding matter and to question the origin of materials and its value and meaning to our life and society. How do we discover, understand, transform, innovate and through collaboration between designers, artists, scientists and creators can […]

Seminar at HKDI Landscape Architecture department

Yutaka gave a talk to University of Birmingham x (HKDI) students focusing on our landscape work process, in particular sharing of three recently completed key projects in Hong Kong. In the last few years, SKY YUTAKA have realized works from riverside projects to rooftop landscapes and collaborated with various consultants and experts to create public […]

Tradition Meets Innovation

Light Flower 2.0 exhibits at Lane Crawford under the latest ‘Making Moments’ campaign, as a ‘Moment of Creativity’ and in these times of uncertainty, we go back to the core idea of creativity as hope and bring a moment of positive connection and the relationship between craft and technology. Thank you to the support of […]

New Digital Possibilities: Artificial Emotionally Intelligent Nature, and the Creative Machine

SKY YUTAKA participated in an engaging sharing session hosted by the Lane Crawford team to share insights into recent works and design process. Sarah introduced our works as a transformation of research into interactive installations starting from 2015’s Rain Flower followed by Light Flower 1.0 with Swarovski and the latest work Architecture of Shade using […]

Design Exchange 2019 Co-creating Hong Kong at DesignInspire

Design Exchange 2019 Co-creating Hong Kong, WanchaiDX Pavilion features in DesignInspire event, an international exhibition about design, creativity and innovation. Expanded in content to feature 21 designers following the California exchange tour, the exhibition illustrates how design can be a co-creative force in technology, sustainability and the community. For this edition of Co-creating Hong Kong, […]


Sarah is an invited speaker at this year’s Urbanovation Inno Talks on the theme of Creating Innovative Customer Experience through Technology. Focused on architecture for empathy, Sarah will explore our work through installations as research work for wider architecture context. Urbanovation examines how new innovation enables stakeholders in a community shaping a more effective and […]

Light Flower 2.0 at URBANOVATION

Light Flower 2.0 will be exhibited for the first time in Hong Kong at the Urbanovation Pavilion at DesignInspire 2019. Venue: Hall 3DE, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wan ChaiDate: 5 – 7 December 2019

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, […]

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.  […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Wan Chai Grammatica

Wan Chai Grammatica Wanchai, 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

Light Flower at Design Society Museum

As a development to our ongoing studio research work, Light Flower continues our exploration on combining traditional crafts with contemporary design possibilities. This commission will feature as a part of Design Society’s second exhibition, Craft: The Reset, an unique new exhibition about the reawakening of crafts in contemporary design and society which investigates the widening possibilities of […]

Construction Plus Asia

SKY YUTAKA together with Tsoi Wai Kuen (Atelier J-AR), Rick Lam (Architecture Commons), Sarah Mui (One Bite Design), Howard Chung & Irene Cheng (HIR Studio) and Manfred Yuen (Groundwork Architects) are featured in the current edition of Construction Plus Asia: The bi-monthly publication focusing on Hong Kong’s construction industry for the local professionals.

SKY YUTAKA exhibits as part of the Hong Kong Pavilion at 16th Venice International Architecture Biennale

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, […]

Exploring Boundaries

SKY YUTAKA would like to congratulate WilkinsonEyre on the ‘Exploring Boundaries’ exhibition. 11 projects are encapsulated in laser engraved glass blocks which explores design process, craftmanship and architectural representation. In a partnership between UK and HK offices, SKY YUTAKA assisted with local coordination for the preparation and implementation of the exhibition. Venue: Anita Chan lai-ling […]

Learning from Japanese Architecture

Yutaka has been invited to deliver the monthly seminar in the Comparative Asia Research Network on issues and research in the Asian Region at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Under the title ‘Learning from Japanese Architecture’ the lecture will provide personal insights and research in follow up to earlier teaching seminar series in the […]

23rd IFVA Awards Media Art category

Yutaka participated as the Jury panel for the 23rd IFVA Awards Media Art category, celebrating South East Asia media art. It follows last year’s jury process which Sky Lee participated. SKY YUTAKA would like to express congratulations to all the finalists and the winners for their wonderful works and promoting creative spirit of Hong Kong […]

Notating Beauty that Moves – Music at an Exhibition

SKY YUTAKA are delighted to participate as exhibition designer for ‘Notating Beauty That Moves – Music at an Exhibition’ is an exhibition and performance series which kicks off Hong Kong Arts Month. Presented by Hong Kong Sinfonietta the exhibition explores the relationship between the motion of the musicians and the notation on the score, the […]

Borrowed Nature

Minding the Digital , © Design Society  Photo:Zhang Chao Our commissioned piece Borrowed Nature opened on 1st December 2017 as part of the Design Society’s inaugural ‘Minding The Digital’ exhibition in the Main Gallery. Borrowed Nature is the latest development in our studio research and ongoing exploration in kinetic structures which has been refined and developed […]

Urban Dialogue Singapore

(Exhibition listing from Skyline Magazine by URA Singapore) In the next instalment, international travelling exhibition Urban Dialogue opens at the Urban Redevelopment Authority’s headquarters in Singapore until mid-November 2017. The narrative and featured projects are curated through an accessible and clear freestanding reconfigured arrangement of panels. Together with the exhibition will be two lectures, the […]

Urban Dialogue – Shanghai

The Fourth stage of Farrell’s international travelling architectural exhibition opened in the Bridge 8 Art space transforming the converted heritage building in the Huangpu District of Shanghai into the latest venue which continue a series of discussions on the role of sensitive urban design at a time of global urbanisation at an unprecedented scale. The […]

Celebrating Women in Architecture | RIBA International Week

Sarah joins in the Royal Institute of British Architect’s inaugural International Women in Architects 2017. As part of the Royal Institute of Architecture Hong Kong’s Chapter social media campaign (#EthelDay) in honour of Ethel Mary Charles who was the first female to gain membership to the RIBA and the original role model for aspiring female architects […]

WKCD Exhibition

SKY YUTAKA have completed the design and production of West Kowloon Cultural District’s first major public exhibition since the public engagement exercise in 2011. As part of Hong Kong SAR’s 20th Anniversary Celebration event organised by the Development Bureau and Planning Department, the ‘Impressions – Hong Kong’ event focuses on different aspects of Hong Kong’s […]

22nd Incubator for Film & Visual Media in Asia (IFVA) Awards 2017

Sarah will be participating as jury member of the forthcoming Media Art category of the IFVA 2017. Responding to this year’s theme is about Clash of the Indies, the awards represent the cross-fertilization of creativity, knowledge and experience on media creation among different regions in Asia, this year includes entrants from Turkey, Indonesia, Japan, South […]

10X100 exhibition – Hong Kong Edition at Qube, PMQ

The Eight Gates Pavilion and Rain Flower feature in the 10X100 Exhibition – Hong Kong Edition under categories of Theorizing and Mediating. The projects are presented amongst 100 projects which covers architecture over the last ten years and aims to foster a collective dialogue of architecture and urban designers from China and Hong Kong. The […]

Gift of Light

Gift of Light is a lighting design installation that focuses on the visual essence of light, combining simple forms which play with apertures and materials to sculpt the light. The enclosure can be re-configured to adapt to different environments and provide functional and decorative use which encourages interaction between the space, surface and people.  Working […]


Reflections is an architectural installation consisting of 9m high, over 100m long metallic nylon foil suspended from the ceiling of the public piazza in K11 Hong Kong. It has computer controlled lighting system and audio sound to create immersive experience for the visitors during the evening. During the daytime, it interacts with sunlight and create […]

A&D Trophy Awards 2016

Under the Professional Architecture and Landscaping category, SKY YUTAKA have been awarded Best of Category for the Eight Gates Pavilion for The Chinese University of Hong Kong. In this 13th edition of the regional architecture and design contest, the A&D Trophy Awards recognise excellence in architecture, interior design and product design across Asia-Pacific and beyond. […]

Audio Visual

In support of the Hong Kong Guide Dogs Association, SKY YUTAKA are exhibiting new work entitled “Audio Visual” for an upcoming mixed media group exhibition on Friday 4th – Sunday 6th November 2016. Our site specific kinetic sound installation will be part of the 2 day ‘Living Eyelands’ exhibition which addresses issues and themes related […]

Farrells Travelling Exhibition Shenzhen

Following the Stage One Hong Kong launch, Urban Dialogue successfully opened in Shenzhen for the first stop in the International tour. The exhibition continues the curatorial framework in context of overseas locations and promote dialogue about the role of urban design at a time of global urbanisation with local audiences. Co-inciding with the 2016 Council […]

Summer Edition 9 of K11’s Artoid

Summer Edition 9 of K11’s Artoid is available at K11 which features a review of the past exhibitions and culture events including Urban Sense (p6) and Art Infinity Education programme of which Sarah participated in training the great team of enthusiastic Junior Docents in the exhibition design approach, curatorial and shared narratives of each art work […]

Garden of Generosity

SKY YUTAKA’s design and installation for The Chinese University of Hong Kong custom interactive signage has been recognised by the ‘Council for Advancement and Support of Education’ (CASE) July / August 2016’s Currents magazine as one of the most innovative and creative “World’s BEST Stewardship Ideas” for educational institutions and top nonprofits. Selected from international case studies, […]

ICSC 2016 Asia-Pacific Awards

Sarah has been invited as part of the jury panel of the New York based ICSC Asia-Pacific and China Awards for her 6th consecutive judging in the Design and Development categories. The International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) recognizes and honours the industry’s most cutting edge properties, innovative solutions and creative responses to market trends, […]

Extension of the Urban Dialogue exhibition to the Peak Tower

Following a successful launch with a record 20,000 visitors in the first week of opening, the Fringe exhibition now joins the Peak Tower exhibition until July 5th 2016. The month long celebration of events kick-started with a pre-opening lecture entitled ’The City as a Tangled Bank’ by Sir Terry Farrell in Chinese University of Hong […]

Vertical Winery Room

SKY YUTAKA were invited to imagine a project for the ‘Spend It’ column of June issue of SCMP’s Style Magazine. Taking on the brief for designing a micro winery for wine lovers, we took on the challenge for designing an extraordinary wine brewery space which combines the luxury of making wine in the fully articulated […]

In dialogue with Farrells

SKY YUTAKA curated and designed the Urban Dialogue exhibition at The Fringe Club and The Peak Tower which opened on 15th April 2016. In celebration of Farrells office 25 years in Hong Kong, the curatorial theme focuses on the architect- planner approach to city making and the exhibition is composed around a series of narratives […]

Shilpa Gupta Exhibition at AAA

‘That Photo we never got’ is part of the ’15 Invitations for 15 Years’ series which is a research project taking form in Asia Art Archive’s library. A diverse collection of works, Gupta’s practice explores the dynamics of contexts, perception and cartographies of knowledge which incorporates methods of archiving into her work. Drawing from the […]

Sensing the City

Starting ahead of Hong Kong Art Week 2016, Urban Sense opened on Friday 18th March with a launch party set amongst the atrium installation, ‘Golden Bubbles’. In collaboration with K11, the exhibition explores the nature of Hong Kong’s urban context, city making and the elements which make up our experience of the city through the different senses […]

The Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (HK) successfully opened on Friday 11th December to the general public

The Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (HK) successfully opened on Friday 11th December to the general public. Curating the Biennale together with Christine Hawley, Paolo Zaide and Roger Wu, Sarah and Yutaka were responsible for design and production of the exhibition and external pavilion which houses the Smart City pavilion. It has been a great pleasure to […]

M+ :Moving Images exhibition named The Art Newspaper China’s Exhibition of the Year

SKY YUTAKA are pleased to share the news that Mobile M+ : Moving Images exhibition has been named The Art Newspaper China’s Exhibition of the Year (Chinese Contemporary Art)’ 2015. Based on the theme of ’The Power of Innovation’ which questions ways for young public of the digital era to understand traditional arts, this year’s […]

Hong Kong Biennale Press Conference

On 2015-10-14, together with co-curators Christine Hawley, Paolo Zaide and Roger Wu, Sarah and Yutaka launched the 2015 Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism \ Architecture (Hong Kong) Press Conference at the Heritage Discovery Centre Lecture Theatre and future site of the Biennale. The curatorial theme ‘ Visions 2050 – Lifestyle and the City’ and a selection of International and local exhibitors were presented […]

Shanghai Talk

On 2015-10-16, following the media launch of ‘Light Flower’, SKY YUTAKA were invited to talk in Shanghai to share a brief history of the light flower installation working with Lane Crawford and Swarovski crystals. Sarah and Yutaka shared some of their inspiration for the works, design process and current preoccupations as well as their aspiration for the future and their thought on […]

Light Flower Installation

In celebration of the partnership between Lane Crawford and Swarovski, SKY YUTAKA created their latest interactive ‘Light Flower’ installation for an exclusive exhibition as part of Shanghai Fashion Week. The exhibition is part of Swarovski and Lane Crawford celebration of their recent 165th and 120th anniversaries respectively. Responding to a brief which called for an exploration […]

Rain Flower installation

SKY YUTAKA are part of the new visionaries and designers selected to launch the start of Lane Crawfords 165 campaign with our commissioned installations which look into design issues for the future. See more of our responsive ‘Rain flower’ installation in Hong Kong stores Canton Road and IFC, Beijing, Chengdu and Shanghai through A/W 2015 […]


It has been four months since ‘Excessive Enthusiasm: Ha Bik Chuen and the Archive as Practice’ opened at the Asia Art Archive and the exhibition period will be further extended until mid-July during which time we cordially invite you to pay a visit in the last remaining weeks. Featured in the latest Summer edition of […]


SKY YUTAKA has been selected as one of the Architecture/Interior finalists of Lane Crawford’s Calling For the Next New, part of its PLATFORM initiative. Platform is Lane Crawford’s social responsibility programme that contributes to the global creative community, providing a “platform” for both new and emerging talent and businesses, nurturing and growing the next generation of […]

2015 Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism \ Architecture (Hong Kong)

Sarah and Yutaka are selected as part of the Hong Kong curatorial team led by Professor Christine Hawley for the 2015 Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism \ Architecture * Hong Kong. The Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale is an event that is shared by the two cities under an innovative “Two Cities, One Biennale” approach. Aimed […]

GREAT by Design: British Architecture and Asian Vision

GREAT by Design: British Architecture and Asian Vision celebrates the collaborative work between British Architects and reimagines the ‘The Brits Who Built the Modern World’ exhibition originally shown in RIBA Headquarters in 2014. Organised by the Royal Institute of British Architects, the exhibition is part of the UKTI’s GREAT Britain campaign. SKY YUTAKA were commissioned to design RIBA’s first overseas […]

Excessive Enthusiasm: Ha Bik Chuen and the Archive as Practice

SKY YUTAKA are the Exhibition design partner for Asia Art Archive’s new exhibition, ‘ Excessive Enthusiasm: Ha Bik Chuen and the Archive as Practice’. As part of a Asia Art Archive pilot project, Excessive Enthusiasm invites the public to experience the Hong Kong artist’s parallel practices that included photographing exhibitions he attended, collecting materials ranging from illustrated magazines […]

Art Basel, O-Structure, Hong Kong

SKY YUTAKA would like to congratulate New York based Studio Christian Wassmann and Francesca Grassi on the success of this year’s Art Basel Open Platform Booth commissioned by Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong. For our recent transatlantic collaboration SKY YUTAKA assisted in the project management and realisation of this unique ’O-Structure’ together with the dedicated team at AAA.

Mobile M+ : Moving Images exhibition

SKY YUTAKA are appointed as the exhibition designer for M+ West Kowloon’s first moving image focused project, Mobile M+ : Moving Images exhibition. Located across two sites in Hong Kong and Kowloon, the exhibition features a diverse range of works by twenty-four Hong Kong and International artists, filmmakers and collectives, from single-channel videos to installations, animations, photography and […]

Grand opening of Golden Jubilee Garden of Appreciation (Eight Gates) and launch of CUHK Alumni EcoCampus Trail

December 4 2014 saw the completion of the Eight Gates Pavilion commissioned by the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and the launch of the EcoCampus Trail which will connect the nine Colleges, central campus and the Graduate School.  Set against a hillside of lush greenery, the installation comprises an articulated canopy structure and landscape […]


Our exhibition Tall Storeys – Evolution in Hong Kong Architecture – 1965-2014 successfully launched at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) premises in London on 31st October with The Honourable John C Tsang, Financial Secretary of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) opened the exhibition, accompanied by the President of HKIA, Ms Ada […]

TALK! 2014 – 18th September 2014

Sarah Lee from SKY YUTAKA will be participating in the Pecha Kucha event organised by RIBA HK Chapter on 18th of September. She will discuss her experience of working on the forthcoming traveling exhibition “Tall Storeys – Evolution in Hong Kong Architecture 1965 – 2014” and her thoughts on Chinese diaspora and UK. On 18th September […]


Sarah Lee and Yutaka Yano from SKY YUTAKA, working in collaboration with Davina Lee from Diorama Projects, Roger Wu and Alan Lai have been selected as Curator and Producer for Architecture Exhibition in London RIBA. Tall Storeys – Evolution in Hong Kong Architecture – 1965 to 2014 presents the story of Hong Kong through its […]

Architecture and Nature

Area affected by tsunami, Yuriage, Sendai, Photo 2013-05-01 (Yutaka) Architecture and Nature: Today many of us live in a city environment similar to Hong Kong where we have access to seemingly unlimited supply of food, commodity and energy supported by variety of mega-infrastructure network. Standing inside the cities’ densely populated urban labyrinth, one often feels […]

FORUM “Searching for the link between Urban Design and Architectural Agenda”

On Saturday 8th of February between 3-5pm, we held a successful forum for the exhibition Future Platform at Oi!. Thank you for all the participants who kindly spared their time to join the interesting discussions and share their thoughts about our City, Hong Kong, Architecture and Art. We are also grateful for the G2 students […]

Future Platform Exhibition, “2013 Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism \ Architecture (Hong Kong)” “Beyond the Urban Edge: The Ideal City?”

Exhibition Venue: Activity Room-2 Oi!, 12 Oil Street, North Point, Hong Kong Date: 26th January – 15th February 2014 Forum: Oi!, 12 Oil Street, North Point, Hong Kong Date: 8th February 3-5pm “Future Platform: Searching for the link between Urban Design and Architectural Agenda” “Future Platform” presents a series of design proposals for Hong Kong […]

Grand opening of Golden Jubilee Alumni Garden / Alumni Landscape Garden

The Golden Jubilee Alumni Garden (Alumni Landscape Garden) was officiated by Vice-Chancellor Prof. Joseph Sung on December 7 as part of the inaugural events for CUHK’s 50th Anniversary. Working with Estate Management Office of the university, SKY YUTAKA developed the project from concept design, specification to completion including lighting, water features, and the bespoke outdoor […]

Searching for the link between urban design and architectural agenda

(Union Square Precedent Study, Group Work CUHK G2 Studio 2012-2013) Searching for the link between urban design and architectural agenda: Yutaka Yano from SKY YUTAKA, Adjunct Assistant Professor at School of Architecture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong will present the Faculty Lecture as part of workshop between School of Architecture CUHK and TU-Delft from Netherland […]

Learning from emerging architectural principles

Learning from emerging architectural principles: If role of architects is to act as constructive intermediary in society between the stake holders who actively change the built environment and the inhabitant, what should today’s architects aim be? In other words what are the key architectural principles that are applied to generate city of today and future? […]

Thinking about Architecture for Tomorrow

“Thinking about Architecture for Tomorrow” is translated title of public lecture held by Japanese architect Toyo Ito at School of Architecture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong in October 2012. The lecture followed workshop and discussion forum in the morning with the final year master students. Toyo Ito has been a strong influential figure for […]

Projecting the Future of Integrated Development Building Typologies in Hong Kong

Yutaka Yano from SKY YUTAKA, Adjunct Assistant Professor at School of Architecture CUHK is running Design Studio G2 in 2012-2013 for MArchi1 students. Key aim of the studio is to establish link between urban planning issues and the architectural agenda. Acute demographic changes in Hong Kong since the beginning of 1960’s and the geographic condition […]

Learning from Japan

Learning from Japan: The 2012 Japan Summer Trip organised by Yutaka Yano from SKY-YUTAKA, Adjunct Assistant Professor School of Architecture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, proposes to visit the West of Japan, starting from Osaka – Kyoto – Kanazawa – Shirakawa-go, then back to Osaka before returning to Hong Kong. Drawing on Japan’s eclectic […]

Water + City

水+城市/ Water + City SKY-YUTAKA artist statement, KAI TAK RIVER GREEN CORRIDOR Community Education Project: Introduction: The Kai Tak Green Corridor project question about our consideration towards “Water”, vital resource for human activity and life. Also relationship of the river in its context of the “City”, highly complex human habitat. Given the dynamic transformations of […]

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