2017 - Ongoing
Every day thousands of people are constantly forced through an archipelago of privately owned properties, shopping centres and transportation hubs; mutually interconnected by a maze of underground tunnels and covered foot bridges.
In the Mall-Densest city (followed by Singapore and Macau), the Mall offer to Hong Kong citizens an unlimited source of opportunities.
This is a place that the city provide to create collective memories, socialise and build a sense of community.
The Mall is not only the core of Hong Kong retail-based economy; it is where one can find accommodation, food supplies, shopping options, entertainment and the chance to interact. We could live our entire life without ever having to leave these modern fortresses; the basic units of Hong Kong contemporary urbanism, and perhaps a glimpse into the futuristic city.
The Mall offers the same opportunities of the more traditional public square; a contemporary agora where the interconnections are made but where, inevitably, it will never rain.