HKGBOS is a photo conversation between Andreas (Hong Kong) and Lian (Cambridge, MA) taking place over the summer of 2011. There is only one rule: we each have a day to respond, with a photograph, to the photograph taken and posted by the other person the day before.
Andreas Viglakis is interested in contemporary Chinese landscape, architecture and urbanism. He first traveled to China as graduate architecture student at Washington University in St. Louis in 2007. This trip, which finds him working in Hong Kong for the summer, is his fifth.
Lian Chikako Chang is interested in how we find ourselves in the world, socially and materially. She has a PhD from McGill University School of Architecture, where she wrote about the origins of proportion in archaic and classical Greece.
Andreas and Lian are both currently students at Harvard Graduate School of Design, Lian in Architecture and Andreas in Urban Design, and also blog at Archinect.