Environmental & Stained Glass Window Design for The Chapel : : HKU Residential Hall

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Ricci Hall Chapel :: revamp with stained glass design (before)

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C L I E N T : :
Ricci Hall

Residential hall of The University of Hong Kong
| Hong Kong

S C O P E : :
Communication Design

| Research & Development
| Art Direction
| Production Management

P R O J E C T : :
Environmental Design

| Renovation of The Chapel
| Designing stained glass windows
| 14 Stations of the Cross suggested by architect
| 15 Stations of the Cross confirmed by Rev Father
| “Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam” is the motto of the Jesuit

D E T A I L S : :

Inside The Chapel, each high window panel’s composition is extracted from Francsco Borboa’s original artwork of the 15 stations of cross installed on chapel walls in 1977, to pay respect to Borboa, the famous Mexican religious artist. The concepts of Mondrian’s composition is combined with religious and architectural heritage – to celebrate Borboa’s signature religious artistic style and echo the hall’s unique Modernism (Bauhaus – De Stijl) architectural style.

 

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