Inully is proud to announce that Javier de Santiago was invited to attend the Sky Spaces exhibition as a result of his runner-up award for the proposed Amethyst HK, an exhibition exploring the concept of humanising Hong Kong’s high-rises.
This year, the challenge was to adopt Singapore’s planning regulations that promote landscape replacement to create new models of green, high-rise, mixed-use buildings in Hong Kong. The competition is part of the 2nd Annual Peter McCaffery Fellowship, a hypothetical scenario organised by Benoy and hosted in memory of Benoy’s Global Director.
The exhibition of the competition work was opened to the public at the Fringe Club in Hong Kong on 15 and 16 June 2016 with great exposure by international media and local magazines.
Sector: Residential, Office, Retail
Location: Hong Kong
GFA: 61,000 sqm
Height: 170 Meters
Project Type: Competition - 2nd Annual Peter McCaffery Fellowship, a hypothetical scenario organised by Benoy