CL3 Builds a 24-story Sculptural Art Gallery In Central Hong Kong
The term ‘form follows function’ is greatly challenged in the design of commercial buildings in modern cities as the function of its tenants is so difficult to pin point. ‘h queen’s’ gallery center in hong kong designed by CL3 is single in breaking this taboo by thinking of its occupant early on — situated in the historic city center, this 700 square meter site is divided into art galleries and restaurants. the provision of terraces for the restaurants results in the sculptural form of the building.
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