||Rolling Out the Red Carpet
||David Clayton and Christine Lam
||Wilson Wong, Cargo Chau, Calvin Chan, Billy Chan, Karen Fung, Gavin Lin, Kong Chan, Ken Yeung, Anthony Fok
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- The idea of flower is fair but why not bauhinia blakeana?
Also not sure whether flowers can grow by the seashore.
Structure however, too complicated. A more simple but strong element would help better
- A BIG CANOPY again, OUT of SCALE and not allowed any buildings on it
- well...don't know what is going on
- No improvement on reclamation extent nor transport system
Flower chosen doesn’t represent HK
Interesting design approach and shapes
- Carpet... I think it is the main wrong direction in the beginning
- how does it work in reality??
- The Azalea is beautiful, but extremely short-lived. When the blosooms die out, we would have a balded Waterfront at the heart of HKG!
- can't perceive what would happen on the "carpet". the scheme seems about circulation however it's convoluted.
- Just like the petals, a feminine touch:)
- a beautiful design that utilises the waterfront area well and creates usable spaces at different levels.
- What on earth is this monster??????Ugly pink mass.....
- panels look nice. but it's going to look like elevated driveways when it is built. perfect place for drugs trade and corpse disposal.
- - Fragmented theme without clear attraction. Inconvenience walking around, being puzzled (maze).
- i don't really understand what the flowers have to do with anything...
- Looks like a bloody disease in your lungs...
- Ugly voids..... please dont spoil our harbour
- no difference from some podium schemes, relatively, poetic and appealing enough as a comeptition eye candy..gd job
- ANYWAY...i don't understand......but it look different
- horrible ... a big canopy .... no reason like that
- very very nice!!
- if I am not wrong, this is the similar scheme from the AA school in London.
- At first glance, I felt that this was a very beautiful design and would surely add the the beauty of Hong Kong. However, it is quite impratical. The flowers will not live forever, and once wilted, will leave a horrible, bald mess in its stead.
- Who are you trying to please?
- This is a direct copy of the AA project. Shame on you
- sorry........ I don't like this. the scale is just not right
- giving people to feel about their enviro.seems the best way to approach coz helps come out from their tali buildings
- I don’t particularly like the architecture, but the design put a lot of thought into creating a diverse away of waterfront activities
- A feminine touch
- Very attractive presentation board, nice colour, good layout, nice physical model
- reasonable plan, but devided into too many small pieces
- a new idea of coloning the waterfront red instead of green
- it is full of flowers
- colorful idea. probably be better if a sequenced sections with flowers/plants that show color sequentially through the calendar- then a fraw all the time, not just one season
- great form new colour to harbour! will be specticular!!!!
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