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U/C -thread of Hong Kong - Page 43 - SkyscraperCity

U/C -thread of Hong Kong - Page 43 - SkyscraperCity

Wearable Architecture - 3D fashion construct with fine detail - structured hollow dress; architectural fashion design // Richard Sun

Wearable Architecture - fashion construct with fine detail - structured hollow dress; architectural fashion design // Richard Sun I like the geometric design and how a part of the garment covers the face

West London house by Maclean interiors

British interiors firm Studio MacLean used monochrome paintwork, oak chevron flooring, and cherry wood and marble finishes to overhaul this London house.

customization is king of 'the pitstop' modular housing concept

& pitstop& is the winner of the 2016 innovative youth housing design competition and construction, organized by the hong kong institute of architects.

City of Darkness: The most densely populated place on earth is now abandoned - Abandoned Spaces

City of Darkness: The most densely populated place on earth is now abandoned - Abandoned Spaces

Nicknamed ‘the great master’, Fan Ho is one of Asia’s most beloved street photographers, capturing the spirit of Hong Kong in the 1950s and 60s. His work shows a love of people combined with unexpected, geometric constructions and a sense of drama heightened by use of smoke and light

Fan Ho: finding love and light in 1950s Hong Kong – in pictures

Fan Ho: finding love and light in Hong Kong – in pictures Afternoon Chat, Photograph: Fan Ho Nicknamed ‘the great master’, Fan Ho is one of Asia’s most beloved street photographers, capturing the spirit of Hong Kong in the and His w

Starting out as a small fishing village, Hong Kong has flourished to become one of the world's best known metropolitan cities. Hongkongers are no stranger to construction sites, as they encounter numerous urban renewal and project development sites every day as they go about their business.   The Cave seeks to comfort and ease the local communities resistance towards a construction site by creating a relaxing and welcoming public space.  #designdetour #detour #aod

Starting out as a small fishing village, Hong Kong has flourished to become one of the world's best known metropolitan cities. Hongkongers are no stranger to construction sites, as they encounter numerous urban renewal and project development sites every day as they go about their business. The Cave seeks to comfort and ease the local communities resistance towards a construction site by creating a relaxing and welcoming public space. #designdetour #detour #aod

A great IB Visual Arts project by Naomi Ng from Sha Tin College, Hong Kong

People in the City: Stunning IB Artwork

A great IB Visual Arts project by Naomi Ng from Sha Tin College, Hong Kong

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