posts tagged ‘hong kong 香港’

The University of Hong Kong | Discussion Series

2014 Discussion Series | MovingCities lecture @HKU 18Mar2014
2014 Discussion Series | MovingCities lecture @HKU 18Mar2014

MovingCities is invited by the Department of Architecture at The University of Hong Kong to participate in their Spring 2014 Discussion Series. Entitled ‘Moving Cities, Life on the New Frontier‘, Bert de Muynck will lecture in Hong Kong 香港 at HKU’s Knowles Building this Tuesday, March 18th, between 5:30 and 6:30pm. If you are around, looking forward to see you then and there. read more »

Guardian Cities | city bloggers

The Guardian Cities | Global city bloggers
The Guardian Cities | Global city bloggers

Two weeks ago, the Guardian, in collaboration with the Rockefeller Foundation, unveiled a new section of its website — Guardian Cities — so to shine a spotlight on the urbanisation of the world, whilst highlighting resilience, environmental, sustainability, social, and poverty issues…
MovingCities is very pleased to be included! As such we’ve selected 45 urban images from our 460 posts-archive  [see sitemap]. read more »

HKU Shanghai Study Center | Final Review

HKU Shanghai Study Center review | December 2, 2013
HKU Shanghai Study Center review | December 2, 2013

Last Monday, the second-year architecture students at the HKU Shanghai Study Centre presented their final projects. Dealing with ‘Architectural Urbanism‘, the 26 students in the studios of Pascal Berger [HKU Shanghai Academic Director], Elena Perez Garrigues and Zhu Xiaofeng 祝晓蜂 showed their design proposals, maquettes and thoughts of their 3-month stay in Shanghai 上海. read more »

Hong Kong >> Shanghai

Leaving Hong Kong International Airport | April 19, 2009
Leaving Hong Kong International Airport | April 19, 2009

Mid-April MovingCities was for a couple of days in Hong Kong 香港. While on our way back to Shanghai 上海 we advanced our series of aerophotography, realizing it’s the first time we landed and took-off from Hong Kong. read more »

Cities Without Ground | book review

Cities Without Ground | ORO Editions, 2012
Cities Without Ground | ORO Editions, 2012

Recently MovingCities received Cities Without Ground [April 2012, ORO Editions], a publication by Adam Frampton, Jonathan Solomon and Clara Wong. The subject is the city of Hong Kong 香港 and the publication is – as the subtitle suggests – more a Hong Kong guidebook than a pamphlet, manifesto or analysis of a larger urban trend. A book review. read more »

MovingCities 2012 | an overview

Shanghai | January 1, 2013
Shanghai | January 1, 2013

2012 was a good year for MovingCities. With 2013 barely started, we composed a non-lineair overview of the past year. The selection is based on content, correspondences and aspects of continuity across various projects, publications and places. While our Portuguese posts on Peter Zumthor and Álvaro Siza Vieira keep on generating traffic, with 2012 Pritzker Prize winner Wang Shu we found a close runner-up. But we’re also pleased that our, incognito, Koolhaas-Simpsons scoop made it to the sixths place on Archinect’s Top 12 News Posts of 2012. MovingCities in 2012 was about cities, architecture and the creative industries in China. A selected flashback. read more »

HKU Shanghai Study Center | Final Review

HKU Shanghai Study Center review | December 6, 2012
HKU Shanghai Study Center review | December 6, 2012

Last Thursday, the second-year architecture students at the HKU Shanghai Study Centre presented their final projects. Dealing with ‘Density and the City‘, the 30 students in the studios of Pascal Berger [HKU Shanghai Academic Director], Wang Fei 王飛 and Martine Vledder showed their design proposals, maquettes and thoughts of their 3-month stay in Shanghai 上海. read more »

Hong Kong | City of Corridors

Hong Kong | April 23, 2012
Hong Kong | April 23, 2012

During a recent visit to Hong Kong 香港, MovingCities barely touched the ground. This not because we were floating through or flying over the city, but because parts of the main infrastructure, for pedestrians, is elevated. Snapshots from the City of Corridors. read more »

HKU Shanghai | Final Review

HKU Shanghai Final Review | April 25, 2012
HKU Shanghai Final Review | April 25, 2012

About two weeks ago, the second-year architecture students at the HKU Shanghai Study Centre presented their final projects. Dealing with the theme of ‘Central City/Peripheral City‘, the 35 students in the studios of Pascal Berger [HKU Shanghai Academic Director], Wang Fei 王飛 and Michael Tunkey showed an impressive set of design proposals, maquettes, thoughts and overview of their 3-month stay in Shanghai 上海. read more »

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