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Title: Hong Kong Waterfront
Code #: 077
Firm/Team: HEY!arch
Team leader: Edward Yung
Team members: Kipp Edick, Chris Hillyard
Country of origin: U.S.A.
Average ranking:  (3.3)
Number of votes: 345
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Comments
  • It's not like Hong Kong but like new American City.... a bite DRY... not interesting at all by Dutch Architect
  • "grass over lots of concrete decks" is simply UGLY
  • - No reason for your "GRID" system , it can be anywhere, any site not only victoria harbour, it can be macau, shanghai, london anywhere
  • -Every part is the same, no charactor!! just copy a lot to whole hong kong... terrible and ugly
  • 2 it's unfortunate that a gesture of good will and collegial respect receives such empty and debasing criticism.
  • 241, YOU ARE A FAMOUS LICK BOTTOM - 你是一個舔底部
  • 5 stars Hotel design?!
  • A well deserved award for your vision, congratulations! From 241
  • Almost all amenities of a low usage. The site is priceless. Without at least "some" high density developments, how could developments be justirifed? With overall similar "clusters", will there be synergy?
  • Amazing design!!! I like the way you connect the peak directly to the water front
  • appreciate your indulgence and obsession, hope it is not your ignorance, as a planning ex, mybe step back to look at the city, try not jump too straight forward from a diagram...gd try
  • as a student work I consider that the REFLECTION LEVEL IS VERY HIGH. CONGRATULATIONS!
  • Dear Colleague, Congatulations for this interresting and imaginative design! From 249
  • different layers
  • Diverse public area. Great and utilizing concepts. lacks trees + variation.
  • For the limited land in Hong Kong, I think it is can satisfy to economic factors because it can maximize the usable area without build the high buildings.
  • Good connectivity with the city and the layered activities good for HK’s climate
  • good for nothing...沒有香港特色 太個人主意 且看不出對香港未來發屢有任何大好處 只有無窮較制
  • Good job ! i like
  • good roof garden, but Block the harbour view.
  • good student work
  • great modern design, very eye catching and looks relaxing...looks like a great place to relax!
  • great project keep going
  • Great Work!
  • Green, accessible, lots of open space
  • Ground ZERO, boring
  • i like the ideas.........alot..but why so few comments..stop click
  • I like the image at night time. I think this is what is need. I dont like the horizontal ground treatment -not too comfortable/secure. Have u ever tried to rest on a ramping surface?
  • I think it is very simple, to me it doesn´t deserve the applause...
  • if the port ratio can fulfill, it is good!!
  • Interesting concept but final appearance is not striking enough – too much flat surface = grass over lots of concrete decks
  • it's like a klee-esque revival of the waterfront, "let's take the landscape for a walk", a leavened topography of event, nice work
  • love the view at night.
  • OK, but there are better designs for sure
  • so many cool layers
  • the design is so-so. the plus side is that there is a lot of green from the environment
  • thoughtful !
  • ugly
  • very bad array to everywhere no scale
  • very good.......
  • very visual, green landscape, and family friendly
  • well.............so few comments.................stop click
  • well....another landscape approach
  • what kind of benefits does a wave-like landscape give us?
  • WOW!
  • YOU CATCHED THE HK SPIRIT, i.e. CONTROL OF THINKING
  • you should win in the 2nd stage but I am afraid that they have already decided the most fitting team (guanxi;)!
  • your project saves the honour of the jury
  • _______________sorry very schoolish...................
  • 北京橙风全力支持老鬼的设计,你是我们的骄傲!(23留)
  • 太浪費電源了。尖沙咀已經有幻彩詠香江....中環這邊又把大廈外觀發光????
 
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Email: edward.yung@gmail.com
Phone: + 1-917-478-4288
 
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