University of Hong Kong student Yongki Sunarta presents PLA 3D-printed model photographs at an exhibition of architectural photography at PMQ. Photo: John Butlin University of Hong Kong student Yongki Sunarta presents PLA 3D-printed model photographs at an exhibition of architectural photography at PMQ. Photo: John Butlin
University of Hong Kong student Yongki Sunarta presents PLA 3D-printed model photographs at an exhibition of architectural photography at PMQ. Photo: John Butlin

Students’ architectural photos that break conventional boundaries inspired by Hong Kong movie director Wong Kar-wai

  • Six students from the University of Hong Kong put a new spin on architectural photography in an exhibition at Hong Kong’s PMQ art and design space
  • Inspiration came from Wong’s poetic sense of saturated colour, contrasted light and shadow, such as in the 1994 movie Chungking Express

Topic |   Architecture and design
University of Hong Kong student Yongki Sunarta presents PLA 3D-printed model photographs at an exhibition of architectural photography at PMQ. Photo: John Butlin University of Hong Kong student Yongki Sunarta presents PLA 3D-printed model photographs at an exhibition of architectural photography at PMQ. Photo: John Butlin
University of Hong Kong student Yongki Sunarta presents PLA 3D-printed model photographs at an exhibition of architectural photography at PMQ. Photo: John Butlin
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