KAI TAK CITY, HONG KONG

Morphis, a landscape architecture office based in Hong Kong and Shanghai, have won the international design competition for Kai Tak City public realm. Their project “Living Roots” envisions a spectacular riverfront landscape, rooted in the culture of Hong Kong’s diverse community to promote a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. The design concept ...

Morphis, a landscape architecture office based in Hong Kong and Shanghai, have won the international design competition for Kai Tak City public realm. Their project “Living Roots” envisions a spectacular riverfront landscape, rooted in the culture of Hong Kong’s diverse community to promote a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. The design concept is Banyan tree inspired, symbolic of the urban jungle growing coherently in time and space, celebrating the local heritage and spirit. Kai Tak City is one of the most significant regeneration projects in Hong Kong that will simultaneously transform and unite Kai Tak City. “Living Roots” was chosen out of 90 entries.

Source: www.toposmagazine.com