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Title: CITY REGENERATED : EXPERIENCE ON THE CENTRAL MID-LEVELS ESCALATOR LINK
Authors: KWOK WING CHI
Keywords: Architecture
Davisi Boontharm
Issue Date: 8-Oct-2009
Citation: KWOK WING CHI (2009-10-08T10:01:47Z). CITY REGENERATED : EXPERIENCE ON THE CENTRAL MID-LEVELS ESCALATOR LINK. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The notion of connecting streets beyond street level has been an utopia idea widely embraced by builders, architects and planners dating back centuries. has been intensively explored as a functionalistic network connecting places and as an alternative circulatory system to the streets on ground level. The Central Mid-levels elevated link as part of the alternative street system in Central, Hong Kong, thus plays an important role in its cityscape. This aim of this study is to offer a new perspective on the Central Mid-levels Escalator Link in Central. I would like to investigate on how the Central Mid-levels Escalator Link facilitating roles above its pragmatic function as a circulatory tool, has impacted upon the life of the city and thus created a meaningful and unique travelling experience, both along it course and in the city. It will be a study focusing on the experience along the Central Mid-levels Escalator Link. It will include study on the constituting components of the experience on the Escalator Link, which are the city’s elements and their social implications and spatial configuration.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/220413
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