Hour 25 is the first volume of the HKU Architecture Papers, a student-edited series of annual publications chronicling the design work of the Department of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong. With an emphasis on process and critical reflection, the series provides a window into contemporary design education in Hong Kong Initiated and edited by a group of arch...
Series: HKU Architecture Papers (Book 1)
Paperback: 375 pages
Publisher: ORO Editions; Slp edition (October 15, 2012)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 3742030
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udents at the University of Hong Kong, HOUR 25 creates a platform for architectural discourse through highlights of the year's best student works, critical essays from staff, reviews of programming, and a chronicle of the Department of Architecture. .The 25th hour is a critical moment for architects: the space beyond the daily routine of 24 hours. It also exemplifies the struggle of architecture students: lack of sleep due to endless studio work. 24 hours a day is simply not sufficient. In response to overwhelming media saturation in the architectural field, which tends the pursue fashionable images but often suffers from a poverty of content, The HKU Architecture Yearbook actively engages the readers' critical thinking towards the built environment locally and globally. Supported by the Department of Architecture but initiated and edited by students, the Yearbook is an authentic production of the next generation of leaders in the field, and a valuable commentary to a year of vigorous engagement in architectural discourse.