The Public Open Space Conundrum

Hong Kong people have recently come to realize that their right to use certain “privately operated public spaces” is an elusive, if not impossible, dream. As Paul Zimmerman of Designing Hong Kong Ltd. rightly pointed out in his recent submission to LegCo’s Panel on Development, those so-called “public open spaces” should never have been called public in the first place.

Read →

Comments on this post are for paid subscribers