Excellent compliment to the Asynsis String Of Pearls vision that inspired and precedes Harbour Loop — all part of our Hong Kong #EcoLivable City initiative — a proposal informed by our Asynsis principle-Constructal law #FormFollowsFlow Dao of Design, as shared on TED.

1. Hong Kong EcoLivable City Initiative and City References


2. EcoLivable City Roadmap Op-Eds




3. String Of Pearls — Decarbonising HK2030+ pilot-project “green pathfinder” urban design and green-transport initiative for dedicated HK urban transport corridors and the harbourside (featuring 100% renewable energy-powered infrastructure, 100% zero-emission e-vehicle, cycling and walking routes, 100% green buildings).

An esplanade of public footpaths, cycleways, PRT loops, public plazas, art-walks, playspaces, funfairs, observation wheels, open air theatres-cinemas, pavilions, markets, marinas, swimming pools, et el, to fully vascularise our urban flows according to our #FormFollowsFlow #AsynsisConstructal paradigm.
All with sweeping, harbourside vistas of the spectacular, beautiful Hong Kong and Kowloon skylines.


4. The design philosophy behind our work:

Form follows Flow
Where Greek Beauty meets Chinese Auspiciousness, Health & Fortune
The Asynsis Φ-Dao of Design: now via TED.com:

5. http://www.ASYNSIS.com/

Asynsis design practice and research thought-leadership (including via TED and UKTI GREAT Creativity campaign with RIBA-HK):

http://asynsis.com/archives/4017 (TED)
http://asynsis.com/archives/4038 (UKTI-RIBA)

Asynsis Media coverage, Press release, Conferences, Articles and Symposia (including with Nanjing University of Science & Technology and ARUP Foresight & Innovation, London):


Architect+Designer, Complexity geometer, Sustainability advocate, TEDx speaker, Asynsis principle: More for Less, Form follows Flow

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