Hong Kong is a city without ground. Public life here takes place on the numerous foot bridges and in underpasses, huge shopping malls, corporate lobbies, railway stations, and other nodes, rather than on the ground, in the streets, or on the sidewalks. Within the context of the ´Cities without Ground´ project, selected for the main exhibition of IABR–2014–, Adam Frampton and Jonathan Solomon discuss their guidebook to Hong Kong, ‘Cities Without Ground´, and the implications of that city's unique urbanism on the future of public space.
admission is free
© Frampton & Solomon & Wong