Creative Center at City University of Hong Kong by Studio Daniel Libeskind provides facilities that allow the university to give a high level of education and training in Asia, in areas of chalk media. The building houses the School of Creative Media and will also provide an Department of Computer Science, Department of English, Media and Communication Department and the Applied Computing Center and also interactive. The special design lens, constitutes an extraordinary range of spaces rich in form, light and materials who together create an interactive environment for searching and creativity.
Many facilities also include:
- a multi-purpose theater,
- sound stages,
- exhibition space,
- a café and a restaurant.
Landscaped gardens in the north building are accessible to students and general public of a suit. Inside the new floors, 263,000 square feet for the structure, which houses about 2,000 students and staff outside didactic but for various events. Each room, whether alone or space or open has a unique shape. Windows are cut asymmetrically in the interior walls of the amphitheater, the classrooms and computer laboratories. Around the building, you can see several buildings that facilitate a variety of activities, sound stages, recording studios, screening rooms, theater and other discrete spaces, which are interactive spaces. These seats are designed to encourage the exchange of words improvised and spontaneous collaboration. The abundance of light further enhances spontaneous spirit and limitless possibilities for thinking different.
Photos by:© Gollings Photography PTY Ltd.