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The Rock Is Starring in a New Action Movie Called “Skyscraper,” and it Looks Crazy

12:00 - 7 February, 2018
The Rock Is Starring in a New Action Movie Called “Skyscraper,” and it Looks Crazy, via Screenshot from video
via Screenshot from video

Fans of absurd architecture, over-the-top action, and wrestling-stars-turned-beloved-actors are in for a treat this summer thanks to the recently-announced film Skyscraper. The movie’s central character is “The Pearl,” an imagined 1,067-meter-tall skyscraper in Hong Kong—although apparently some guy named “Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson” also plays a pretty big role with his character Will Sawyer, a former FBI Hostage Rescue operative who lost a leg in the line of duty and now reviews building security for a living.

RSHP and Aedas Unveil Boundary Crossing Building for World's Longest Motorway Bridge in China

14:00 - 15 January, 2018
RSHP and Aedas Unveil Boundary Crossing Building for World's Longest Motorway Bridge in China, Courtesy of HKBC Construction
Courtesy of HKBC Construction

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) and Aedas have unveiled the design of a new boundary crossing that will serve as an important transportation exchange point within the Pearl River Delta, linking Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China. Already under construction, the project is expected to be completed in 2019. 

Extreme Cities: The Densest, Coldest, Remotest, Most Visited (etc) Human Settlements on Earth

09:30 - 14 November, 2017
Extreme Cities: The Densest, Coldest, Remotest, Most Visited (etc) Human Settlements on Earth, Hong Kong (Public Domain)
Hong Kong (Public Domain)

Humans are adaptable animals; we have evolved to adjust to, and survive in, many difficult and extreme conditions. In some cases, these extremes are natural, while in other modern cities extreme living situations are created by us, and we are forced to accept and adjust. Here is a list of extreme settlement conditions: some challenging, some wonderful and all of them offering a fascinating insight into how we occupy the planet in 2017.

3 Pavilion Designs Shortlisted in Hong Kong Young Architects and Designers Competition

12:00 - 18 October, 2017
3 Pavilion Designs Shortlisted in Hong Kong Young Architects and Designers Competition, Courtesy of WKCDA
Courtesy of WKCDA

Pavilion designs by three emerging architecture practices have been chosen as finalists in the inaugural Hong Kong Young Architects & Designers Competition. Established by the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority (WKCDA), the competition is the first of its kind in Hong Kong, aimed at “showcasing the creativity and potential of local architects and designers still in the early stages of their careers.”

More Than 2,000 Unique Robotically Manufactured Bricks Generate Variable Walls in This Pavilion

04:00 - 30 August, 2017
More Than 2,000 Unique Robotically Manufactured Bricks Generate Variable Walls in This Pavilion, © Christian J. Lange
© Christian J. Lange

Developed by researchers and students from the Faculty of Architecture at HKU and supported by Sino Group, the 'Ceramic Constellation Pavilion' is built on a wooden structure that supports a series of "walls" formed by about 2,000 clay bricks. Each of these individual components is unique and has been manufactured using robotic technology and 3D printing, allowing to generate different types of transparency and opacity in their different faces. 

This Drone Video Captures the Mesmerizing Geometries of The World's Most Vertical City

16:00 - 14 July, 2017
This Drone Video Captures the Mesmerizing Geometries of The World's Most Vertical City, © Mariana Bisti
© Mariana Bisti

The immense scales and geometric intricacies of Hong Kong have long held the fascination of the public consciousness, and has been further reinforced in recent years by mind-bending photography series such as Michael Wolf’s “Architecture of Density.”

This Video Presents an Abstract Reflection on Our Modern Cities of Glass

09:30 - 8 July, 2017
This Video Presents an Abstract Reflection on Our Modern Cities of Glass

In this visual essay, Greek filmmaker Yiannis Biliris documents the all-pervasive pall of glass that covers the modern city. The three-and-a-half-minute-long film, produced by Visual Suspect and shot entirely in Hong Kong, captures the vivid reflections seen in the facades of the city’s buildings, as Biliris selectively pans and zooms his camera to instill a strong sense of urgency in the viewer’s mind.

The World's Most Expensive Cities in 2017 (And Why They Are So Expensive)

09:30 - 3 July, 2017
The World's Most Expensive Cities in 2017 (And Why They Are So Expensive)

Hong Kong tops the list of the world's most expensive housing markets relative to income, with Sydney, Auckland, Vancouver, Los Angeles and San Francisco also making the list.

Cornell University's Intuitive Push/Pull Furniture Series Blends Asian Sensibility with New York Flavor

16:00 - 23 June, 2017
Cornell University's Intuitive Push/Pull Furniture Series Blends Asian Sensibility with New York Flavor, © NirutBenjabanpot, Garrett Rowland
© NirutBenjabanpot, Garrett Rowland

Cornell University's College of Architecture, Art and Planning has unveiled a 12-piece versatile furniture series designed for the school's New York City space in Manhattan's financial district. Created by Hong Kong-based architecture office CL3 and interdisciplinary design studio Lim + Lu (founding partners of which are Cornell alumni), each piece has been inspired both by their New York context and intuitive operation by a global user.

Bee Breeders Announce Winners of Hong Kong Pixel Homes Competition

06:00 - 23 June, 2017
Bee Breeders Announce Winners of Hong Kong Pixel Homes Competition, Courtesy of Bee Breeders
Courtesy of Bee Breeders

Bee Breeders have announced winners for the Hong Kong Pixel Homes Competition, addressing the pressures of urban growth.

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