在五光十色、國際大都會的繁華背後，卻共存著被忽略另一面。香港住屋問題不是新議題，打開地圖，劏房、寮屋 、鐵皮屋仍然普遍，不少市民因未能負擔起昂貴的租金，或追著遙不可及的「公屋夢」等原因而入住劏房。普遍的 劏房居住環境狹窄，空間侷促，可能連轉身、伸手或站立也成問題，私隱更是奢侈品。是次，間築社獲香港藝術發 展局資助制作此應用程式，藉此提升公眾特別小孩對香港劏房之認識。
Underneath the glitz and glamour of a cosmopolitan city, there are always neglected and unsolved problems. Housing crisis has been a prolonged issue in Hong Kong, substandard accommodations such as squatters, subdivided units, and sheet metal houses are still common nowadays. Because of the unaffordable high rental fees and long queues for public housing, many residents have no choice but to live in subdivided units. The limited living space in subdivided units created huge restraints on residents’ daily life. Physical movements such as turning around or standing up can be a hard task for them and privacy is another concern. With the support of Hong Kong Arts Development Council, Project Space is able to develop “Box Story”, an application that aims to raise public awareness, especially children, of the issue of Hong Kong subdivided houses.
當中包括 There are including
Story in subdivided unit
Childhood in subdivided unit
Be personally on the subdivided units
Project Space invites you to download the Box Story App and understand the story of subdivided units.