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 International […]

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 […]

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 […]


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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]