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Hypsos Awarded The Hong Kong Permanent Planning & Infrastructure Gallery Exhibition - The Hong Kong Government has awarded the Hong Kong Permanent Planning and Infrastructure Gallery Exhibition to Hypsos in Hong Kong
Hypsos Awarded The Hong Kong Permanent Planning & Infrastructure Gallery Exhibition

 

NewswireToday - /newswire/ - Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2010/08/30 - The Hong Kong Government has awarded the Hong Kong Permanent Planning and Infrastructure Gallery Exhibition to Hypsos in Hong Kong.

   
 
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The impressive new Hong Kong Infrastructure Gallery Exhibition project is for the supply, fabrication and installation of new exhibits in the City Hall Annex, currently undergoing a major renovation to house the new exhibition.

The Hong Kong Government intends to display and share the history of development in Hong Kong and future major planning proposals and infrastructure projects with the public. The exhibition will show new developments and create understanding of how Hong Kong grew into one of the world’s most vibrant cities. The exhibition, produced by Hypsos and designed by MET Studio and their jv partners The Oval Partnership, is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2011 and will cover four floors of the City Hall Annex building.

The City Hall complex has a long history as one of Hong Kong’s prominent centres of culture and the arts. From its vantage point overlooking Hong Kong Island’s spectacular Victoria Harbour, it embodies a history of important cultural events synonymous with the development of local culture. As a venue for important ceremonies and celebrations, it once housed the first public library and art museum in Hong Kong and is an ideal location to house an exhibition of this high caliber.

Important topics of the exhibition include Historical Development, The Strategic Picture, Transportation and Communications, Sustainable Development, Living Environment, and Hong Kong Next Century.

Through creative use of multimedia and a vivid mix of iconic imagery and materials, the exhibition will provide a valuable venue for ongoing consideration of local development issues and an explanatory platform for understanding how Hong Kong grew from a small fishing community into one of the world’s great cities. Vincent Boender, general manager of Hypsos in Hong Kong states “Hypsos looks forward to the challenge of presenting topical subject matter in engaging ways, delivered with professionalism and showcased in high quality construction that will serve as a proud symbol of Hong Kong.”

About Hypsos
Hypsos (hypsos.com) in Hong Kong is engaged in design, creative development, quality fabrication and timely installation of challenging projects for museums, exhibitions, science centers and visitor attractions. Hypsos in Hong Kong is part of the Hypsos Group, an international comprehensive collection of companies realizing world-class projects focusing on 3D communication. The brand store Heineken the City in Amsterdam, the Picasso exhibition in Abu Dhabi and the Johnson & Johnson Pavilion at the Olympic Games in Beijing are only a few examples of our creativity and craftsmanship worldwide. Locally, Hypsos has created and executed projects such as the Hong Kong EMSD Information Centre, the Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre and leisure projects such as the Manchester United Experience in Macau and interpretive elements for the Panda Experience at Ocean Park.

 
 
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