Oren Tatcher

Oren Tatcher is an architect and a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Urban Design. He has been living and working in Hong Kong since 2003.
Oren Tatcher
Oren Tatcher is an architect and a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Urban Design. He has been living and working in Hong Kong since 2003.

Latest from Oren Tatcher

Hong Kong should put pedestrians first, not cars – driverless or otherwise

Hong Kong is right in not rushing to embrace the trend of automated vehicles, as their introduction is likely to reinforce the lamentable segregation of people and vehicles in the city’s urban planning.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Hong Kong is right in not rushing to embrace the trend of automated vehicles, as their introduction is likely to reinforce the lamentable segregation of people and vehicles in the city’s urban planning.

Hong Kong should put pedestrians first, not cars – driverless or otherwise
From micro flats to macro housing policy, Hong Kong lags far behind New York
Hong Kong should not rush into developing underground space to ease congestion
Do green roofs really have any environmental benefits in Hong Kong’s urban jungle?
The walls of Hong Kong’s very own ‘gated compounds’ must come down, too
Green envy: Hong Kong's grey urban environment put to shame by lush Singapore
PMQ's awkward marriage of old and new beginning to show as buzz fades

Creativity has a new place", proclaim the signs welcoming visitors to PMQ, the former Police Married Quarters in Sheung Wan recently reborn as a hub for the local creative industry.

23 Aug 2014 - 1:39AM

Creativity has a new place", proclaim the signs welcoming visitors to PMQ, the former Police Married Quarters in Sheung Wan recently reborn as a hub for the local creative industry.

PMQ's awkward marriage of old and new beginning to show as buzz fades