The art installation creates a new landmark that encourages public interaction and exploration of three-dimensional space. Utilizing the connection between people as the design concept, allows the public to understand the unique landscape of Shenzhen-Hong Kong Plaza from a new perspective.

Located at the intersection of the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Plaza, the design utilizes three-dimensional pathways to create a prominent focal point, interweaving and converging Shenzhen-Hong Kong culture, vibrancy, and humanism.

The interior of the art installation employs “bamboo steel” as the wall material. Bamboo steel is a sustainable material that creates a warm ambiance, forming a material contrast with the exterior.

The exterior utilizes metal panels, echoing the material of the elevated walkway in Shenzhen-Hong Kong Plaza while infusing the landmark with a sense of the technological era.


Converging pedestrian flows from various directions, the design extends the viewing trajectory of Shenzhen-Hong Kong Plaza upwards.

The installation features continuous staircases and three-dimensional pathways, attracting crowds for exploration and encouraging interaction among individuals.

Taking into account the varied perspectives from which the public views the plaza, the installation’s streamlined design creates dynamic appearances from different angles. As an extension of the site’s ribbon-like form, it becomes a focal point of the urban living room, offering continuity and engaging the public from all directions.

The observation platform elevates the viewer’s line of sight above the plaza. The design also interacts with the second-level pedestrian system of the plaza, integrating with both the plaza and the urban landscape.

At the top, an observation deck is situated, allowing the public to ascend to a higher point and gaze out into the distance.

The characteristic of the interlocking structure is that each element is supported by adjacent elements while also supporting them. The principle of inclined geometry forms a distinct architectural aesthetic from surrounding buildings. Dual-axis joints allow easy on-site construction, at the same easy to disassemble and re-assemble.

Modular Design

The design employs prefabricated components, transported to the construction site for final assembly. This approach aids in cost control, construction efficiency, and quality management.

Structural Analysis

Preliminary assessment is conducted using finite element structural analysis, with deflection and internal stress within normal limits.

From the bottom to the top of the installation, gradually unfolding from closed to open, the installation creates unique contrast in the visitor’s experience while offering a new visual perspective of the surrounding environment.