Taking place at Aedes, the international architecture forum in Berlin, this exhibition provides an overview of the West Kowloon Cultural District project, focusing in particular on the architecture of the key buildings within the context of a the wider district with its strong focus on public space and according to the design principles laid out in the Cultural District's development plan.  

The exhibition features new  models of M+ and the Xiqu Centre plus renderings, plans and sections of the M+, Xiqu Centre, Lyric Theatre Complex, Freespace, Art Park and proposed Hong Kong Palace Museum, presented alongside information on the development plan's key principles, connectivity and  wayfinding, and the strategy of developing artistic programming in parallel with the construction process.

On 26 May there will be a moderated talk featuring Duncan Pescod, CEO of WKCDA, Earle Briggs, Lead Architect of Bing Thom, Martin Biewenga, Architect of West 8 Urban Design & Landscape and Eric Schuldenfrei, Associate Professor at the University of Hong Kong.

For more information about the exhibition, please visit http://www.aedes-arc.de.

Exhibition period:
27 May – 31 August 2017

Opening hours:
Tuesday to Friday 11:00am – 6:30pm
Sunday & Monday 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Location:
Aedes Architecture Forum, Christinenstr. 18-19, 10119 Berlin

Free admission

Talk:
26 May 2017, 4:00pm

Location:
ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory

About Aedes Architecture Forum
The Aedes Architecture Forum is a world-renown independent institution and exhibition space for the international communication of contemporary architecture and urban design. Established in 1980 as the first private architecture gallery in Europe, the Aedes Architecture Forum has gained a large international partnership network, which feeds to an outstanding cultural platform for the global and public discourse of the built environment.

Organised by

Constructing Culture - Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District

The exhibition is part of the Asia Pacific Weeks 2017 and co-organised with the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Berlin of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Regions.

Constructing Culture - Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District