Exploring HK through architecture


Hong Kong (HKSAR) -      Hong Kong's iconic urban landscape is well known for its many skyscrapers, but there is another side to the city - its old and historic buildings.
 
     The Hong Kong Institute of Architects' first-ever architectural exhibition "More than High-rise - Exploring Hong Kong through Architecture" is being held in Japan as part of the Hong Kong Week in Tokyo.
 
     The exhibition features 16 groups of exhibits by 28 young Hong Kong professionals, which explore the notion that the city has more to offer than high-rise buildings.
 
     News.gov.hk spoke to some of the participants about their exhibits and their thoughts on revitalising the city's historic buildings during a time of rapid urbanisation.
 
     The story appears on news.gov.hk today (November 4) in both text and video format.



Published on: 2018-11-04

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