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In the spring of 2015, The Union Station Redevelopment Corporation launched a […]
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"Rocco's architecture relates with context, tradition and the communities of men in a way that produces, so to say, 'poetically reactive objects' linked with world culture (not only the Chinese one)."--Michele Calzavara, professor, architect, and critic
No one has built more public buildings in Hong Kong than the architect Rocco Yim. A sequel to "Being Chinese in Architecture" published in 2004, "Presence" highlights Yim's fourteen architectural projects across southern China, including museums, educational institutions, a public library, government houses, and district redevelopments. The main proposition raised is of "architecture shaping the city" and "the city shaping architecture."
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