28 Apr '15, 9am

WING multi-use loft transforms a derelict warehouse into a cultural hub in Hong Kong

Located on the top of a large waterfront industrial complex in Hong Kong, WING includes a number of spaces meant to be used for contemporary dance, exhibitions, performances and events. It consists of two areas that both open up onto a large terrace overlooking the city. The left wing houses the kitchen, bar and a large performance area, while the right wing is dominated by a ten-meter long, foldable wooden artwork that functions as a lantern-like partition. The third space comprises a performance stage with

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