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'Hong Kong, Land, Art' by Vincci Mak

'Hong Kong, Land, Art' by Vincci Mak

Hong Kong's landscape has been going through tremendous changes and developments. From a small fishing village to a colonial trade port, land reclamation has been an important way of expanding the city in a hilly environment. The Post-WWII population rise triggered new town developments in the New Territories, exacerbating the tension we still have today between rural and urban living.

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 Dept of Architecture

 23rd February, 2018

#Architecture #Art #HongKong #LandscapeArchitecture #land


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