'The project was designed to have students investigating and challenging the use and perception of public spaces, exploring the nature of materials and construction, new modes of fabrication and digital design media. Four temporary installations are designed and built by sixteen Master of Architecture students from University of Hong Kong's Faculty of Architecture participating in ArtAlive@Park 2011. The four projects are the final results of a semester-long study, led by Department of Architecture professors Weijen Wang and Jason Carlow.' — from the curatorial statement on page 1

Includes concept statements, architectural plans, photo documentation of the four teams' projects.

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Onsite

Location code EX.HGK.RPS
Language

English, 

Chinese - Traditional

Publication/Creation date

2011

Content type

catalogue

Performing Public Space
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Reforming Public Space, 重塑公共空間

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