Hong Kong, HK
15:15´s Rain Catcher was one of the exhibits of the 2009 Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture.
Our mission is to build an Hawker Stall (大排档) which celebrates our unique local heritage. Our design pays tribute to the Hawker - the silent observer of the city´s growth and prosperity. Within a larger context, the event is to celebrate the poetics of our monsoon climate.
The Hawker Stall also functions as a rain collector: the collected water acted as the weight which anchors the structure on ground. The collected water is filtered and may be used for washing.
ARCHITECT | TEAM
Manfred Yuen, Stephen Suen, Alex Kong, Stephen Ip, Ricky Lee
Alvis Ko, Aries Nip, Lolita Lei, Loraine Wong, Perry Tse
Location: Where it rains; where there are hawkers