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Island Synchronisation

Paul Chung, Tidus Shing

Anthropocene Islands

Island Synchronisation’ interrogates the relationship between human intervention and nature. Islands in Hong Kong are densely populated and artificially modified. The existing fabric captures a unique style of living yet is still segregated, a clear domination of man made. Have we considered what would be a better way to co-exist and synchronise as a broader whole?
The project proposes an alternative model of islands that promotes mutual benefits by merging a prototype of a hiding habitat for undersea wildlife with a resting place for divers and fishing villagers. The design challenges the inconsiderate actions of humans and puts the emphasis on the beneath. It raises the awareness of the importance of understanding our impact on other living creatures that are not easy to be seen.

Chi Ma Wan
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