Extremely Negative 色，空 Hong Kong international competition of an adult night club hotel- First prize
Extreme pleasure lives from constraints and dies from freedom
Our design is an attempt to address the series of questions that were provoked by the brief: does Mong Kok, officially the most densely polluted red-light district on the planet, needed a mega-adult entertainment centre? If we are to accentuate the extreme and acute entertainment that this density offer, how would this mega structure attribute to the city, or the world?
Does extreme pleasure leads to a Tower of Babel?
Loneness are the greatest vehicles for the quest for adult entertainments; the tiny dwellings that our density had generated are in no-doubt incubators for loneness. Perhaps spiritual uplift is the only and final ascendance for pleasure and the cure for loneness?
Would an inverted Mong Kok; the opposite of what Mong Kok is representing: offered all of the followings: tranquility, love, peace? Would spiritual ascendance be the ultimate goal for extreme pleasure?
Manfred Yuen, Chris Zhang, Dennis Liu, Kevin So, Vincci Mak, Casey Wang, Violette Chen, Tracy Qian_All from Hong Kong