Kevin Ip | Year 5 



Hong Kong Last Resort Entombed within a Container/Port/ Citadel at the fringes of an overthrown Hong Kong, the ‘Last Resort’ houses the deposed rebels of the crushed city. Through the careful deployment of strategic urban planning rules, emboldened civic architecture and symbolic sculptural motifs the Citadel acts as a fatalistic double- critique against both the colonial rule under the British Government and the credibility of the ‘One Country, Two Systems’ policy introduced by China. A warning from the future, Kelvin maps out the end- game, the final act and the project acting as a two -fingered salute to the smothering of a proud and dying culture.