Public park

Kowloon, Hong Kong


Dispersed across 13 hectares of reclaimed land, the park design erases physical boundaries between architecture and landscape as well as disciplinary boundaries between the arts. It adopts an urban rhythm from the east; reroutes the Waterfront Promenade entering from the southeast; embraces a proposed hotel with a continuous soft interface at the near north; and engages the marine environment at its western edge. As the site winds northward around the Multi-Purpose Venue toward Yau Ma Tei Typhoon Shelter, the park gradually picks up cues from the adjacent working harbor, ultimately incorporating two existing ventilation towers into its topography. In collaboration with Urbanus and Olin.

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