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A Living Space – The Homes of Pak Sha O

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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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Credits
  • Design:
    kaitak, Centre for Research and _Development, Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
  • Printing:
    Sunny Ng, Suncolor Printing Co., Ltd., Hong Kong
  • Client/Publisher:
    kaitak, Centre for Research and _Development, Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
  • Art Direction:
    Suk Ki Wong
  • Creative Team:
    Wai Lun Hsu, Long Hei Matthew Kwan
  • Graphic Design:
    Lai Ping So
A Living Space –  The Homes of Pak Sha O | Red Dot Design Award
A Living Space –  The Homes of Pak Sha O | Red Dot Design Award
A Living Space –  The Homes of Pak Sha O | Red Dot Design Award
A Living Space –  The Homes of Pak Sha O | Red Dot Design Award