As cities grow increasingly dense, developments continue to take place in the most hidden corners of Hong Kong. Narrow slits between skyscrapers, a distant patch of land the MTR doesn’t reach, a subtle addition and alteration that no one knows has happened until months after construction. Here is to our city’s most underappreciated creative minds, that literally design the world we live in from the ground up.
The 10x100 Exhibition, hosted by PMQ and the Urban Environment Design (UED) Magazine, will showcase 100 architectural projects of the past decade, 50 from Hong Kong and 50 from the Mainland. The exhibition will feature a wide range of project types, from architectural design to landscape design, from urban design to interior design.
Introducing projects from Hong Kong and China-- two places that differ quite dramatically in demand, operation, culture, and aesthetics-- the exhibition will provide an interesting overview of the state of the art across borders. As China’s developments come in waves, we as architects, urban planners, developers, government officials, and the public will be able to catch a glimpse of the building industry’s newest technologies and their best emerging talents.
The 10x100 Exhibition will be held in PMQ from February 17 to March 5, 2017. Come see for yourself how mind-blowingly innovative architecture can get!
go site PMQ Address: No.35 Aberdeen Street, Central
Opening Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Written by Vivien Au