Telling unique stories of nature

Each exhibition space and outside trail told unique stories about bird migration, Hong Kong species, human reliance and the human impact on wetlands. They even included a peat swamp aquarium containing mixed natural and artificial landscaping, models, hundreds of different fish, live snakes and insects, and four False Gharial crocodilians. All the wayfinding and exhibition pieces were fabricated with robustness in mind, using materials that are built to last and that can cope with the large visitor numbers experienced and extreme weather conditions (specifically high humidity, known to corrode and rust, and strong UV from the sun known to fade many printing processes).

Our work was completed in collaboration with a large team including Met Studio, the client team, the Architectural Services Department (ArchSD), Urbis landscape Architects, WWT Consulting, DHA lighting and a host of other technical consultants, including specialist contractors, Beck.