Design District Hong Kong, an arts organization under the Hong Kong Design Centre, has developed seven design installations for the waterfront promenade from Causeway Bay to the Western District. The project hopes to transform open spaces into open-air design galleries that everyone can enjoy.
Look out for seven visually stimulating creative installations along the harbourfront. The 80-meter-long “River of Light”, made from over 45,000 pieces of colorful ribbons, is suspended mid-air in the Central Harbourfront. Inspired by a school of fish, the installation is a reminder of the city’s vitality and energy.
Along the Wan Chai waterfront is “Sky Castle” by Australian multimedia design studio ENESS and Hong Kong design and production team Hattrick Creative. Comprising of inflated archways integrated with colourful LED lights and speakers, the installation guides the visitors on a journey of sounds collected from different corners of the city.
Other installations include “The Lead” and “#APARTOGETHER” at the Causeway Bay Harbourfront, “The Ripple of Time” and “Recess at Harbourfront” close to Tamar Park, and “Nature Therapy” at the Wan Chai promenade.
Find the installations from June 5 onward until early July.
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