A book: Cities Without Ground: A Hong Kong Guidebook
A book. Cities Without Ground: A Hong Kong Guidebook edited by Jonathan Solomon, Clara Wong, Adam Frampton (published by ORO Editions) explores a city of Hong Kong known for being a global city, but, and more interestingly, a city without ground made up of unfathomable paths of pedestrian bridges, tunnels and walkways. As Spanish Metalocus wrote, “it is possible to walk all day without ever having to set foot on the ground.”
This book is in my wish-list. I warmly recommend to read Metalocus’s article on the book.