A tale of two museums: How Hong Kong’s arts hub design could have been more inclusive

When working on a residential project on Stubbs Road, Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry came to Hong Kong in 2005 and spoke of our city as a place with not much architecture, as most buildings resemble “products from the same cookie cutter”.If buildings are hardware, architecture is hardware with a soul.Hong Kong’s magical transformation from a fishing village and salt production fields to a major logistics hub and global financial centre is legendary. However, the scarcity of…

A tale of two museums: How Hong Kong’s arts hub design could have been more inclusive
When working on a residential project on Stubbs Road, Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry came to Hong Kong in 2005 and spoke of our city as a place with not much architecture, as most buildings resemble “products from the same cookie cutter”.If buildings are hardware, architecture is hardware with a soul.Hong Kong’s magical transformation from a fishing village and salt production fields to a major logistics hub and global financial centre is legendary. However, the scarcity of…