The Oval Partnership's project below the Star Street precinct in Wan Chai. Taking up the theme of this year’s urbanism biennale, the partnership’s Peaker Chu said communal urban spaces would grow in importance as flat sizes shrink. Photo: The Oval Partnership

Hong Kong in 2050: artificial islands, new look apartment buildings and 'urban living rooms' says architecture forum

Consider how much the city has changed since 1980, then think how much it will change in the next 35 years. Planners and creative types present ideas for how we’ll cope with rising sea and population levels, and more

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The Oval Partnership's project below the Star Street precinct in Wan Chai. Taking up the theme of this year’s urbanism biennale, the partnership’s Peaker Chu said communal urban spaces would grow in importance as flat sizes shrink. Photo: The Oval Partnership
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