After going to the Matinee for 'Hijacking the Northern Star' (which by the way is a very good play with some strong acting from a bunch of AnD actors), I headed over in the evening to the West Kowloon Promenade. This is where they held the opening for the new BYOB outdoor exhibition of Urbanism and Architecture. It's a short walk from the Elements mall and exit of the Airport express Kowloon station.
I saw the pictures and knew I had to pay a visit. It is an amazing structure designed by Daniel Wu and coupled with some innovative LED lighting designed by Teddy Lo, the curved bamboo structure create a welcoming and inspiring environment underneath the concrete congestion of the ICC skyline. Here are a few shots I took from the night, and I think any photographer or filmmakers would fall in love with this location and the structure and hopefully many will make use of this beautiful structure as a backdrop during the next few months when it's up on display.
Goto the BYOB site to find out more about the exhibit and other items on display there:
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