GH Tsingyi Cinema

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Entry Description

GH Tsing Yi Cinema in Hong Kong is a renovated project located in the Maritime Square shopping mall with connection to the Mass Transit Railway. The new style of the cinema follows an ocean theme. Normally, seeing movies is always an activity trying to escape from one’s daily routine pattern/activities. Sparkling from this idea, the design targets through the artistic manifestation, turning GH cinema into a spatial sensation of being beyond daily life experience. The usual signifiers such as marine objects are not the design subject matter, but the marine theme concept is reflected in different spatial interface through a vague and abstract experience. It is the visualization about the experience of swimming in the sea. The regular rhythm of water is formed by repetition and variation to create a diverse natural form of continuity. The feeling of sound and light differ when people are immersed in water from the air would like to condense.

About Designer

DPWT Design Ltd aims to explore new possibilities in different design realm, including Architecture, Interior, and Product design and blending the different domains in a synchronizing state. It has been manifesting design realization in architecture and interior projects in a thoughtful process and balances the aesthetic and functional values. Each project is being treated as an individual expression of some hidden human sensitivities /perception. DPWT Design Director-Arthur studied architecture in University of Hong Kong and received his Master of Environmental and Sustainable Design in Chinese University of Hong Kong and Master of Fine Arts in RMIT University. His works is widely published in London, Italy, Australia, and throughout Asia in Singapore, Malaysia, mainland China and Hong Kong. He was invited to feature his works in 1000 architects in Australia. He engages in different overseas and local exhibitions and currently a Doctor of Fine Art candidate in RMIT University. DPWT has office in Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai.