An old tradition will be revived in Hong Kong when Stanley Siu’s Wishing Pavilion is erected in Victoria Park, Hong Kong. Photo: courtesy of Daydreamers Design

Recycled-plastic bricks used to revive a Mid-Autumn Festival tradition, and make a point about eco-friendly construction

  • Tower burning is a facet of mid-autumn festivities in southern China that has died out. Hong Kong architects have built an eco-friendly, flame-free version
  • It’s also a showcase for the polyethylene bricks used to make it; they have wider application in internal and external building design, the architects believe
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An old tradition will be revived in Hong Kong when Stanley Siu’s Wishing Pavilion is erected in Victoria Park, Hong Kong. Photo: courtesy of Daydreamers Design
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