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designed by the late shigeru urchida, the FLEUR PAVILIA by new world development offers a peaceful, personal and modern residence in hong kong island’s north point district. The post FLEUR PAVILIA offers a lush oasis of tranquil city living in hong kong appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
UNStudio is building a theatre complex in the West Kowloon Cultural District of Hong Kong, featuring three performance spaces connected by ramps. Read more
Apartments are made up of rooms stacked on top of one another in this extreme vertical housing proposal by Chicago studio Kwong von Glinow, which is the latest video in our Dezeen x MINI Living series. Read more
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and Aedas have completed the Passenger Clearance Building to house immigration facilities for passengers and goods entering Hong Kong. Read more
the concept for the restaurant is drawn from the historical figure john anthony, the first chinese man to be naturalized as a british citizen in 1805. The post dim sum restaurant in hong kong by linehouse turns british tea hall into chinese canteen appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
'h queen’s' gallery center situated in the historic city center is a 700 square meter site divided into art galleries and restaurants. The post CL3 builds a 24-story sculptural art gallery in central hong kong appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the bridge is comprised of over 5,700 precast pile caps weighing between 75 and 225 tonnes that were used to minimize the amount of building works on sea. The post world’s longest sea bridge opens between hong kong and china appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
after 12 years of heritage conservation and revitalization, the former police compound has now has opened to the public. The post herzog & de meuron completes a pair of buildings as part of hong kong arts complex appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
'bounce' is an interactive installation set in the commercial district of harbour city that allows visitors and passersby to roll, lift and toss hundreds of supersized white balls. The post snarkitecture supersizes bouncy balls to become an interactive playground in hong kong appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Foster + Partners has completed The Murray hotel in Hong Kong, which sits within the shell of a gridded 1960s tower once used as governmental offices. Read more


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