Hong Kong Biennale launches in real life

Living Architecture: Urban Forest

Following on from our virtual exhibit at the Venice Biennale this summer, the international architecture exhibition now lands physically in Hong Kong at City Gallery.

‘Living Architecture: Urban Forest’ is an exhibit for the Hong Kong Collateral Event at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. It’s inspired by Hong Kong’s abundant ‘ficus’ trees, and uses bio-technology as a positive and creative force to rekindle inhabitants’ relationship with nature. The trees are like living buildings that become part and parcel of the city’s green infrastructure.

We believe our Living Architecture ideas could stimulate Hong Kong in a way that promotes inter-generational living by introducing generous and welcoming public space in the streetscape. And all importantly a public realm that is inherently urban in its character, retaining the extraordinary energy that is the hallmark of the city.

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