Pixel Wall

Architect: HKU Department of Architecture

Location: Hong Kong

Year: 2015


When the term public space is mentioned, places such as parks, squares, courtyards and alleys immediately come to people’s minds. These provide opportunities for people to get together, meet, participate in activities and events, which are key features of public spaces. The project site is located in a large open field in the park.

And it allows people to interact with our public space and create various activities and programs inside and around the structure. By installing this project on the site, it not only acts as an attraction for the population, but also The field gives new definitions and subject matter.

Using stacked construction with standard modules, construction helps to freely define spaces of different sizes and increases potential conversations between them.

Cite: “Pixel Wall / HKU Department of Architecture” 10 Nov 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 7 Dec 2021. <https://www.archdaily.com/776829/pixel-wall-abdul-yeung-cheng-xiao-thomas-guo-jia-jeff-mao-yiqing-tim-tiffany-leung> ISSN 0719-8884

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