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Brief Published: 15 Mar 2012

Pixelated Cinema, Hong Kong


Inspired by digital filmmaking, Hong Kong architects One Plus Partnership Limited has designed a cinema in Wuhan, China using pixel-like cube structures.

Many of the internal spaces in the vast 8,835 sq m cinema have been decorated with square motifs and “pixelated” structures. Furniture, including the ticket desk, seats and tables, are all formed from stacked blocks in varying dimensions, while the tables have been fitted with LCD screens showing new movie trailers.

The box office area is possibly the most impressive of the lot, with walls clad in more than 6,000 reflective stainless steel panels that create a futuristically-styled, highly immersive environment.

One Plus Partnership Limited