Environmental and Interior Design, School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
via. architecture limited
Acrylic, Painted Plywood, ABS Plastic, 3D Printed Eesin, Steel Mesh
Size (W x L x H) (mm): 800 x 1250 x 2250
Cities are composed of numerous parts. Buildings, small built structures, airports, bridges, vacant plots of land, infrastructure, greenery, waterscapes, coastlines, and ridge escarpments remain the generic elements of urban landscapes. Combinations of elements deliver landscapes with a variety of unique spatial characteristics. Viewed from up-close and from afar, the landscape resolves through layering of textures and elemental pixilation. The exhibit is a vertical element combining three distinct scales – the base representing a territorial map of Hong Kong, the middle portion a study of footbridges as urban elements, and the top, a contemporary interpretation of the Chinese vernacular courtyard house.