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August 23rd, 2012
Hong Kong, the City Without Ground

For miles and miles, you can walk through the city of Hong Kong without ever once putting a foot on the ground. It’s an impressively widespread pedestrian infrastructure, linking people to the waterfront city’s wide array of transportation options. And as a forthcoming book contends, it’s also a new kind of civic space and even a new form of citymaking. Cities Without Ground: A Hong Kong Guidebook, out in September from ORO Editions, considers the city through the lens of these above- and below-ground walkways, creating the first-ever maps showing the extent and variety of these networks. Read More