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Special Award
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Good Design Award

Award-winning item
Community Green Station [Hong Kong East Community Green Station]
Business Owner
Architectural Services Department, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Architecture and facilities for public
Architectural Services Department (Hong Kong)
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Outline of Good Design Award winners
Outline of Good Design Award winners 2017

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How can we create a temporary recycling station in our neighbourhood that would have a positive impact on the community? We do not want to build just a rubbish collection point, but to provide a positive asset to the local residential area. At the heart of urban area, we create a green oasis to embody a sense of community and beautifying the context. The site was previously a temporary carpark located underneath a flyover, the Island Eastern Corridor in Sai Wan Ho. We want to inject this left-over space with vibrancy and turn it into a public urban forum.


Architectural Services Department, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region


Ms. Alice YEUNG (Chief Architect)


Mr. Thomas WAN (Senior Architect), Mr. Edward WONG (Project Architect)

Mr Thomas WAN

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The project set a highly commendable example to explore the urban "wasteland" of the underside of the highway in the city centre, turning it to be far more than a simply rubbish collection PointIt is indeed a very encouraging to see the objective of the project to provide with the neighbourhood community much appreciated programmes such as exhibition, gathering space and educational programmesOne would be difficult to associate the project with the typical rubbish collection pointThe notion of creating a public "street" encompassing various community programmes in anotherwise "urban left-over" is quite successful in giving injecting the much needed social spaces for the local residentsOne would wish the project could remain as a permanent facility

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