A series of folios presenting design research by staff at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
Hakka Cultural Park : Abigail Ashton; Andrew Porter; Moyang Yang; Christine Hawley;
Hakka Cultural Park
by Abigail Ashton, Andrew Porter, Moyang Yang and Christine Hawley

The Hakka Cultural Complex was an invited international two-stage competition to design a series of buildings that celebrated the culture of the Hakka clan. Originating from Northern China, the Hakka have now become the largest Chinese diaspora in the world. The project focused on the spatial understanding and representation of the Hakka migratory history through architectural heritage study and design research. Three main pavilions contained an exhibition and reception space, library, gallery, museum and conference facility.