Quarry Bay Park (Near Lei King Wan Entrance)
June 29, 2011 - December 1, 2011

Douglas Ho

Park Déco – “Assembled Topology”

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About the project


The vines know no boundary, and when faced with obstacles, they will meander their way through, fusing their form with their surroundings, blending in harmoniously. The vine’s collective form has no predetermined arrangement and therefore offers great flexibility in its design. The assembled furniture, constructed of seventeen modular units encased in recyclable EPDM, functions in ways similar to vines in nature, capable of embracing existing forms, regardless of its terrain and environment, forming a new fabric, connected with its surroundings.

Curatorial theme of “Park Déco”: Oasis along the Seashore

The Leisure and Cultural Services Department has commissioned the Hong Kong Arts Centre and the Public Art Hong Kong in bringing an innovative park furniture scheme to the Quarry Bay Park! Three sets of artistically designed furniture enliven the park’s ambience, highlighting the rhythms and vibrancy of nature. Their pleasing appearance attracts visitors while blending harmoniously into the environment. Through these interactions, the seashore scenery is enriched, creating an “oasis” in the city, a place comprising natural and artistic elements, in which people can take a rest and relax with joy.

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