Designed by Napp Studio & Architects, the “Inflatable Chapel” is a portable, reusable and spiritual space designed for domestic workers. It is part of the 2022 Hong Kong Shenzhen Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture. Photo: Napp Studio & Architects
Designed by Napp Studio & Architects, the “Inflatable Chapel” is a portable, reusable and spiritual space designed for domestic workers. It is part of the 2022 Hong Kong Shenzhen Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture. Photo: Napp Studio & Architects

At architecture biennale in Hong Kong and Shenzhen resilience is the focus, with displays of urban nature, uses for bamboo and a blow-up chapel

  • The Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture, the first since 2019, has as its theme resilience, with community, sustainability and inclusion as core values
  • An inflatable one-person chapel, an installation of weeds that expresses the power of nature, and experiments with locally grown bamboo are among the exhibits

Designed by Napp Studio & Architects, the “Inflatable Chapel” is a portable, reusable and spiritual space designed for domestic workers. It is part of the 2022 Hong Kong Shenzhen Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture. Photo: Napp Studio & Architects
Designed by Napp Studio & Architects, the “Inflatable Chapel” is a portable, reusable and spiritual space designed for domestic workers. It is part of the 2022 Hong Kong Shenzhen Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture. Photo: Napp Studio & Architects
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