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Vicky Chan

Avoid Obvious Architects

http://aoarchitect.us/2015/03/green-mong-kok/

175 Varick Street, NY NY, United States of America
Vicky Chan graduated from Pratt Institute with Bachelor of Architecture. He has 10 years of experience in master planning, urban infrastructure and high rise design. He founded Avoid Obvious Architects in 2012 with branch office in Hong Kong. His architecture focuses on combining art and sustainable technology. Their projects look for solutions to improve the ways people live, work and play.

Spontaneous Civic Plaza


Urban Design inspired by Civic Protest

Spontaneous Civic Plaza


Urban Design inspired by Civic Protest
What if road becomes a linear civil plaza

Spontaneous Civic Plaza is an urban planning idea inspired by the occupy movement in Hong Kong. An occupied street without traffic but filled with park, people, farms, art, religion and public assembly can totally be the blueprint for the future of Hong Kong. It is democratic and sustainable. We can learn from this lesson and take this one step forward. Green Mong Kok will be a neighborhood that is tied together via bridges, tunnels and parks. It will provide more greenery and public spaces to promote better air, better transportation and better quality of life. However, the core and heritage of Mong Kok will be maintained.


Hong Kong 2050?

Spontaneous Wall of Fame

Spontaneous Linear Park

Spontaneous Urban Farm

Spontaneous Habitat

Spontaneous Civic Plaza


Urban Design inspired by Civic Protest

Spontaneous Civic Plaza


Urban Design inspired by Civic Protest
What if road becomes a linear civil plaza

Spontaneous Civic Plaza is an urban planning idea inspired by the occupy movement in Hong Kong. An occupied street without traffic but filled with park, people, farms, art, religion and public assembly can totally be the blueprint for the future of Hong Kong. It is democratic and sustainable. We can learn from this lesson and take this one step forward. Green Mong Kok will be a neighborhood that is tied together via bridges, tunnels and parks. It will provide more greenery and public spaces to promote better air, better transportation and better quality of life. However, the core and heritage of Mong Kok will be maintained.


Hong Kong 2050?

Spontaneous Wall of Fame

Spontaneous Linear Park

Spontaneous Urban Farm

Spontaneous Habitat


Idea by

Vicky Chan
Avoid Obvious Architects
175 Varick Street
NY NY
United States of America
Vicky Chan graduated from Pratt Institute with Bachelor of Architecture. He has 10 years of experience in master planning, urban infrastructure and high rise design. He founded Avoid Obvious Architects in 2012 with branch office in Hong Kong. His architecture focuses on combining art and sustainable technology. Their projects look for solutions to improve the ways people live, work and play.