"The Stacked Urban Architecture of Hong Kong" by Peter Stewart

Australian photographer Peter Stewart recently shot multiple public housing developments in his

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Australian photographer Peter Stewart recently shot multiple public housing developments in his series of photos titled, “The Stacked Urban Architecture of Hong Kong.” Shot from the ground up, the pictures tastefully display present day architecture in Hong Kong, which primarily exists in order to house the millions who live in one of the most densely populated regions in the world. Enjoy a change in perspective by viewing the pictures, and become acquainted with today’s Hong Kong.

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