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Hong kong architecture

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Hong kong architecture. Get inspired and try out new things.
The Chronicles of Amber — In “Hong Kong Corner Houses,” the internationally...

In “Hong Kong Corner Houses,” the internationally renowned German photographer Michael Wolf continues with his visual quest for the overlooked and underappreciated urban phenomena that give a city its...

the high cost of living in Hong Kong - Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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Gallery of Snøhetta Designs Airside, a Mixed-Use Building on a Former Airport Site in Hong Kong - 6

Image 6 of 15 from gallery of Snøhetta Designs Airside, a Mixed-Use Building on a Former Airport Site in Hong Kong. © Snøhetta/Brick Visual

Classic Mido Cafe In Hong Kong (Opened in the 1950s) - Original Cha Chaan Teng Unchanged By Time 香港风味50年不变 ~ 美都餐厅

There’s something about Hong Kong – its sights, smells and most of all the buzz and energy in the air – that keeps drawing me back in. And no matter how many times i return, there’s always...

Old and ugly apartment building, Boundary Street / Yee Kuk Street, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Over 90% of Hong Kong families live in homes smaller than 700 sqft / 65 sqm. Typical, 50 sqm apartments cost from 2 million HKD (250.000 USD) in New Territories to over 6 million HKD in Hong Kong Island, even more in Mid-Levels.

Ad: Aerial view of Yick Fat Building, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong. Residential area in old apartment with windows. High-rise building, skyscraper with windows of architecture in urban city.

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HK Tram by Jon Binalay

- taken in Sheung Wan Hong Kong -The oldest form of transport in Hong Kong Island and the most economical mode of transportation in the city.