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A Living Space – The Homes of Pak Sha O

[Book]

Design

kaitak, Centre for Research and _Development, Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

Art Direction

Suk Ki Wong

Client/Publisher

kaitak, Centre for Research and _Development, Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

Creative Team

Wai Lun Hsu, Long Hei Matthew Kwan

Graphic Design

Lai Ping So

Printing

Sunny Ng, Suncolor Printing Co., Ltd., Hong Kong

This book is created as part of an art project called “A Living Space”, which aims to explore the intrinsic quality and possibility of life through a range of observation, exploration and research. The Chinese title, literally meaning “a liveable house”, is named after a house that artist Suk Ki Wong discovered in Hong Kong and which inspired her to ponder what life is. By depicting life in a traditional Hakka village in Pak Sha O, Sai Kung, Hong Kong, this book raises thought-provoking questions about what is essential for a place to be considered “home” and how a “living space” of one’s own can be created.

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This project can be found in the
International Yearbook Communication Design 2016/2017.

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