Hong Kong Fantasies
Post Graduate Design Studio, Fall Semester 2008, The Berlage, Rotterdam (NL)
All cities and regions are a result of different development formulae or models. The more successful cities are those that have based their planning on economic patterns and territorial understandings. This studio postulates that the formula may be found by diversifying the city’s core activities. Hong Kong will be used as a case study. Students were asked to formulate a variety of future scenarios by following possible speculative urban trends for Hong Kong. This studio explored the type of urbanity Hong Kong will need to change. In particular, it focused on the topics of concern potentially needed to bring future spatial change to Hong Kong.
Collaborating Tutors: Winy Maas, Ulf Hackauf
Participants: Zetao Chen, Pedram Dibazar, Marco Galasso, Dong Woo Kang, Eunjin Kang, Andreas Karavanas, Young Il Kim, Na ra Lee, Chen-Jung Liu, Luca Picardi, Nuria Pujol Caire, Jad Semaan, Timur Shabaev, Janki Shah, Xiaodi Yang
Guest Critics: Winy Maas (MVRDV)
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