Hong Kong is one of the most populated places in the world, however, is architected to make it possible to build housing for many people. The buildings are tall and narrow, but all seem to have their story. To document the population density and its relation with architectural spaces, the photographer Peter Stewart captured a series of images that portray public housing in Hong Kong. In the images we can see different perspectives of buildings and colorful places that seem endless, where are appreciated the traces of the inhabitants: hanged clothes, cars or faces leaning out the windows. This is one of the many series of this photographer born in Australia.
Source and images: Peter Stewart