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HKIA Journal Issue No. 75 – Occupy Towers

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Hong Kong’s distinctive conditions in close proximity to mountain and water have given rise to dense, highrise urban cores. As the dominant building type, towers has become so extensive as to suggest a vertical fabric. This issue is dedicated to the architecture of towers and opens with a series of six public forums deliberating on various aspects of tower design, from freespace, typology, structure and envelope to programme and sustainability, culminating in the “City of Tomorrow” forum which addressed ways to better shape architectural and urban spaces in future developments.

Hong Kong’s distinctive conditions in close proximity to mountain and water have given rise to dense, highrise urban cores. As the dominant building type, towers has become so extensive as to suggest a vertical fabric. This issue is dedicated to the architecture of towers and opens with a series of six public forums deliberating on various aspects of tower design, from freespace, typology, structure and envelope to programme and sustainability, culminating in the “City of Tomorrow” forum which addressed ways to better shape architectural and urban spaces in future developments.

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