Spare Space
Exhibition in Tokyo
スペア・スクエア

About The Exhibition

“MORE THAN HIGH-RISE – Exploring Hong Kong through Architecture” Exhibition showcases a landscape of architecture projects and concepts to reflect the complexity of our city.

By unfolding the dynamics of Hong Kong cityscape, the exhibition invites you to explore Hong Kong’s unique urban form that celebrates an aesthetics of density and intensity, whereby unveiling hidden dimensions of Hong Kong through 16 groups of exhibits by 28 HKIA members.

Spare Space

Memory is like a bird. It flies away when is not well retained, caged.

We captured, what we feel, the most poetic shadows, lights and lives existed in Hong Kong, but seemingly fading away, and to treat them as some very precious memories that we try to retain in the cages.

Spare Square would be where we enjoyed spending our spare time at, if once it was not spared and forgotten in our urban evolution.

Exhibition Period:                      

November 1 – 11, 2018

Venue: 

Ginza Atrium, Ginza Tsutaya Books, 6/F,

GINZA SIX, 6-10-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Organizer:                                 

The Hong Kong Institute of Architects

Supporting Organization:

The Japan Institute of Architects

Supporter:                                 

Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (Tokyo)


Design Team:                             

Kenneth Wong,

Marco Wong,

Chaplin Ko

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