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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 at promoting […]

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 […]