Hong Kong’s skyline is ever in transition, an affirmation of the city’s determination to let nothing obstruct it as it forges ahead into the future. Such aspirations produce a seemingly endless succession of architectural marvels; many designed by world-renowned architects, but leave too little trace of historical continuity. This volume serves both as tribute to the restless, driving spirit of a metropolis forever creating grander manifestations of itself, and as a reminder of whence it came, as enshrined in the few traces of antiquity that survive that headlong progress.
“Sensibly extended in scope.
A solid, reliable portrait of Hong Kong”
The South China Morning Post