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Explore the best of Hong Kong's hidden alleyways

Explore the best of Hong Kong's hidden alleyways

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Vertical Slums • Kowloo Walled City, Hong Kong-still think we need to change the word "slum" though and give people living there more dignity, don't they deserve that much?

Vertical Slums • Kowloo Walled City, Hong Kong-still think we need to change the word "slum" though and give people living there more dignity, don't they deserve that much?

Courtesy of South China Morning Post and archdaily.com Fascinating article on a vernacular architectural development.

Courtesy of South China Morning Post and archdaily.com Fascinating article on a vernacular architectural development.

Hong Kong night | Source | EE

Hong Kong night | Source | EE

One of the great contributions to the richness of Hong Kong’s urban scene were without doubt the caged balconies that lined the elevations not only of the Walled City, but also of many of the city’s other older tenement buildings. Sadly now but a distant memory, since they were classified as illegal structures in the late 1990s and torn down, these practical and otherwise very necessary additions to life in a tiny apartment were a source of constant delight.

One of the great contributions to the richness of Hong Kong’s urban scene were without doubt the caged balconies that lined the elevations not only of the Walled City, but also of many of the city’s other older tenement buildings. Sadly now but a distant memory, since they were classified as illegal structures in the late 1990s and torn down, these practical and otherwise very necessary additions to life in a tiny apartment were a source of constant delight.

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Indian urban tenement homes

Indian urban tenement homes

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・* Pinterest: artcentral・゚・

One of the great contributions to the richness of Hong Kong’s urban scene were without doubt the caged balconies that lined the elevations not only of the Walled City, but also of many of the city’s other older tenement buildings. Sadly now but a distant memory, since they were classified as illegal structures in the late 1990s and torn down, these practical and otherwise very necessary additions to life in a tiny apartment were a source of constant delight.

One of the great contributions to the richness of Hong Kong’s urban scene were without doubt the caged balconies that lined the elevations not only of the Walled City, but also of many of the city’s other older tenement buildings. Sadly now but a distant memory, since they were classified as illegal structures in the late 1990s and torn down, these practical and otherwise very necessary additions to life in a tiny apartment were a source of constant delight.