LOCATIONS AND FACILITIES
SCAD Hong Kong
Address292 Tai Po Road
Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong, Chinadirections
SCAD revitalized the historic North Kowloon Magistracy Building in Kowloon after the Hong Kong Development Bureau entrusted it to SCAD in 2009. While honoring the structure's historic and cultural significance, SCAD transformed the facility into the leading site for the study of digital media in Asia. Located at 292 Tai Po Road, the fully revitalized building is home to a library, art gallery, computer labs, digital studios, classrooms and lecture halls.
SCAD's Hong Kong facility provides students with a library, art gallery, computer labs, digital studios and lecture halls.
This granite staircase is the main artery to the building's interior, completely restored during the renovation.
The main stairwell builds a sense of community as students and professors use it to move through the building.
Students at SCAD Hong Kong have access to the same state-of-the-art technology as students at other SCAD locations.
SCAD students hit the streets to document the rich history and unique vibe of the Sham Shui Po community for a book project.
Each floor of the building is a showpiece, welcoming visitors in grand style with unique furnishings and eye-popping art.
SCAD Hong Kong commissioned former student Jason Hackenwerth to create "Mega Mites," his famous wearable sculptures.
SCAD operates one of the most extensive art and design libraries with resources at each of its locations.
The work on display in the SCAD Hong Kong lobby complements the original marble walls and granite floors.
The first floor was transformed into a warm, light-filled space that features the work of SCAD artists and designers.
SCAD professor Johnathan Farris guides SCAD students through a Hong Kong community for the day's lesson.
Professor Steve Aishman and his students, in collaboration with others, are documenting the area surrounding SCAD Hong Kong.
Moot Gallery was named as a lighthearted reference to the North Kowloon Magistracy's former purpose as a place of law.