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

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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