Gravity Free City

反重力之城

AECOM

When thinking about Hong Kong, we often think about the high density, concrete jungle full of high-rise and micro-apartments. When future developments are highly constrained by planning laws and economic interests and habitable space is in high demand, how can Hong Kong progress forward in the future? Is downsizing the already super-micro apartments into even smaller shoeboxes and stacking them up the only future for Hong Kong? How can public spaces, amenities and infrastructure ever keep up to such new super densities? Now what if we have the technology to defy gravity?

 

在規劃法令的約束與經濟利益的推動下,香港的城市空間逐漸被鱗次節比的高層塔樓所填滿。在塑造出極具特色的城市空間的同時,一個問題也同時出現——未來的香港城市還將如何發展?超高密度城市必然面臨著城市公共空間的相對缺乏,通過建築手段創造多層公共空間在香港已經非常成熟,但在現有的技術條件下,不論繼續向高空的增加更多的平臺空間抑或是拆除現有建築創造新的公共空間都將帶來過於高昂的花費。那如果在未來出現我們不曾想像過的新技術呢?如果,我們能操縱重力了呢?

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