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The new Central harbour front is a component of Hong Kong’s Central District extension scheme. Integral to the parcel is an east-west waterfront promenade and three north-south design corridors linking the city to the harbour.The land use framework included an emphatic requirement of meeting community aspirations for extensive public open spaces and fostering a vibrant new character for the harbour front. This study achieves this aim via a quality mixed-use development set within a lush landscape to provide spaces for festival celebrations.

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Central Reclamation Urban Design Study
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Matthew Torlesse

The new Central harbour front is a component of Hong Kong’s Central District extension scheme. Integral to the parcel is an east-west waterfront promenade and three north-south design corridors linking the city to the harbour.

The land use framework included an emphatic requirement of meeting community aspirations for extensive public open spaces and fostering a vibrant new character for the harbour front. This study achieves this aim via a quality mixed-use development set within a lush landscape to provide spaces for festival celebrations.

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