Designers take us inside Hong Kong’s latest urban micropark – bright pink, with movable furniture and swaying grasses

//Designers take us inside Hong Kong’s latest urban micropark – bright pink, with movable furniture and swaying grasses

Designers take us inside Hong Kong’s latest urban micropark – bright pink, with movable furniture and swaying grasses

Why a pink park? “That’s the question we’re asked the most,” says Marisa Yiu Kar-san, architect and co-founder of the Design Trust Futures Studio.“We had to work really hard to convince multiple stakeholders of the reasons why pink works really well – it’s a positive colour that represents calm, compassion and happiness. It’s also very energetic and contrasts extremely well with the green of the plants. But, initially, they were horrified by the introduction of this colour.”The striking pink…

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