巧詩 Tsui, Ire. "行人天橋新視點" 明周 Ming Pao Weekly 4 May 2013.
Rose, Jule. "Hong Kong's Shifting Grounds" LOG 27 March 2013.
Tuck, Andrew, Ed. "Hong Kong: why the city is becoming a creative hub and how to live among the world's largest collection of skyscrapers." The Urbanist 76 (Monocle 24 Radio) 28 March 2013.
Rackard , Nicky. "Cities Without Ground: A Hong Kong Guidebook" ArchDaily 28 Mar 2013.
Lanyon, Charley. "Hong Kong's growing network of walkways" South China Morning Post 19 March 2013.
Silva, Andreia Sofia. "Cities without ground – a Hong Kong guidebook” mostra o lado único da construção urbana da região vizinha" Hoje Macau 25 February 2013.
"[Cities Without Ground is] an homage to a quirk of Hong Kong’s urban landscape: The fact that it’s possible to walk for miles above ground, thanks to the city’s densely layered pedestrian bridges that crisscross the sky, connecting buildings and spanning wide boulevards."
Chen, Te-Ping. "Soaring above the City on Foot" The Wall Street Journal 25 February 2013 (Online Edition) 1-3 March (Print Edition).
"[Cities Without Ground] represents a valuable piece of work. It captures this specific moment in time, and shows... the informal social arteries on which the city thrives."
Wainwright, Oliver. "Cities Without Ground: a guidebook to Hong Kong's elevated walkways" The Guardian 22 February 2013.
李华 Li Hua. "香港：没有底面的城市 Hong Kong: A City Without Ground" Domus China 72 January - February 2013.
Berg, Caroline. "Building Innovation" China Daily 28 January 2013.
"Publicación de la semana: 'Cities Without Ground – A Hong Kong Guidebook'" Plataforma Urbana 20 January 2013.
"In their conceptually avant-garde book... three architectural specialists lay out complex layered maps of the extensive walkway systems in Hong Kong. You'll never see the city the same way again."
Cam, Lisa and Adele Wong. "Map My Way" HK Magazine 11 January 2013.
de Muynck, Bert. "Cities Without Ground Book Review" movingcities.org 7 January 2013.
"H-K / City Without Ground" Transit-City 21 December 2012.
"Cities Without Ground" The Semaphore Line 21 December 2012.
"A particular highlight... focus[es] solely on the city's air-conditioning, suggesting a kind of thermal cartography of indoor space and implying that temperature control and even humidity are better metrics for evaluating the success of a given project than mere visual or aesthetic concerns."
Manaugh, Geoff. "Books Received" BLDGBLOG 19 December 2012.
"Top Urban Design / Planning Books in 2012" urbanvista.net December 2012.
"Cities Without Ground, explores... pedestrian infrastructure formed over the past 50 years around, above, and under the city... documented with detailed drawings and 3D models... showing Hong Kong as we have never seen it before."
Yu, Gloria. "City on the move follows right path." The Standard [Hong Kong] 29 November 2012.
Clarkson, Brian. "Hong Kong, Cities Without Ground." West East Magazine 27 November 2012.
"Cities Without Ground" Archinect 26 November 2012.
"Cities Without Ground: A Handy Guidebook That Maps Out All of Hong Kong's Pedestrian Walkways" Inhabitat 26 November 2012.
"2012 Holiday Gift Books" A Daily Dose of Architecture 23 November 2012.
"Cities Without Ground... take[s] you through the vast interior public world of Hong Kong's pedestrian street network. With this guide you can travel for miles and miles without ever touching the ground: an interior world superimposed on the city. In an age of rapid urbanization and unstable climate, might this be a model for the future?"
Oosterman, Arjen. "Streets in the Sky" Volume #33: Interiors September 2012.
"不宜急建「扶手電梯之城」" Hong Kong Economic Journal 7 October 2012.
"Cities Without Ground... has attracted attention from the technical, urban-planning-obsessed set, but for the traveller it helps to demystify a complex and multi-layered city."
Alberts, Hana R. "Hong Kong's ‘Cities Without Ground'" BBC Travel 25 September 2012.
Chan, Bernard Charnwut. "Book takes look at city without ground" The Standard [Hong Kong] 19 September 2012.
"Cities Without Ground: A Hong Kong Guidebook... provides a totally fresh perspective on Hong Kong and the result is frankly amazing."
"Cities Without Ground: A Hong Kong Guidebook (3D Maps)" Randomwire 27 August 2012.
"Cities Without Ground: A Hong Kong Guidebook... [creates] the first-ever maps showing the extent and variety of [Hong Kong's pedestrian] networks... the book comprehensively documents the walkways through highly detailed drawings and 3D models."
Berg, Nate. "Hong Kong, the City Without Ground" The Atlantic Cities 20 August 2012.
de Muynck, Bert. "Hong Kong, City of Corridors" movingcities.org 14 May 2012.
DeWolf, Christopher. "Many bridges to cross" China Daily 6 July 2011.
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