Frank Gehry was chosen for the Opus Hong Kong project, seen in model form above, because he could do something commercially compelling, says Martin Cubbon of Swire Pacific. Frank Gehry was chosen for the Opus Hong Kong project, seen in model form above, because he could do something commercially compelling, says Martin Cubbon of Swire Pacific.
Frank Gehry was chosen for the Opus Hong Kong project, seen in model form above, because he could do something commercially compelling, says Martin Cubbon of Swire Pacific.

The building of an exceptional attraction

Anna Healy Fenton

Frank Gehry was chosen for the Opus Hong Kong project, seen in model form above, because he could do something commercially compelling, says Martin Cubbon of Swire Pacific. Frank Gehry was chosen for the Opus Hong Kong project, seen in model form above, because he could do something commercially compelling, says Martin Cubbon of Swire Pacific.
Frank Gehry was chosen for the Opus Hong Kong project, seen in model form above, because he could do something commercially compelling, says Martin Cubbon of Swire Pacific.
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