“Enter the Dragon, The Lung Tsun Bridge (LTB) of the 21st Century” Development/ Design Statement
Hong Kong

“Enter the Dragon, The Lung Tsun Bridge (LTB) of the 21st Century” Development/ Design Statement
Hong Kong

The concept of the ‘Dragon’ is derived from the historic Lung (龍 dragon) Tsun Stone Bridge (LTSB) and the Chinese Emperor Bing (Sung Dynasty) who once took refuge in the area, which together with eight surrounding mountains gives the name Kowloon (九龍 nine dragons) to the peninsular.

Echoing the original purpose of the LTSB, the design will connect people to the new pier of the cruise terminal, a ‘gateway’ connecting the old to the new. By providing this vital link, the primary intention is to capitalize on the opportunity to create a major landmark of thoroughfare drawing and connecting people to the area as a destination of recreation, entertainment and learning facilities.

Start Date: 2014

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