How seeing 1960s avant garde project The Walking City taught Hong Kong architect Benny Lee that nothing is impossible | South China Morning Post

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Architect Benny Lee saw an original drawing from the 1960s pop art design project Archigram as a student and was reminded how architecture can improve people’s lives.

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