AaaM Designs Landmark Sculptures for Hong Kong Museum of Art’s Reopening

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Courtesy of AaaM Architects

Courtesy of AaaM Architects

AaaM Architects have designed a series of sculptures for the Hong Kong Museum of Art’s reopening. Invited by the museum with lead artist and architect Billy Tam. the team set out to create a urban artwork for the reopening of the museum after four years of renovation. “Rediscovering Landscape” is located in Salisbury Garden at the end of Nathan Road, a major business street in the heart of Kowloon Peninsula and marks the entrance art square for HKMOA.

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