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May 2014
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The Repulse Bay building

« I'm off to the Repulse Bay Building to knock on Mr. Ze’s door. » - Olivier Lebé, "Repulse Bay", P 142 « The architect has provided an opening in the front of the building to allow the dragon to drink in the sea. One must never prevent the dragon from drinking. » - Olivier Lebé, "Repulse Bay" « Mr. Ze gets out the bowls which he places on a lacquered wooden tray and goes to set the table in the lounge. » - Olivier Lebé, "Repulse Bay", P 143 « You sleep just above the passage of the dragon, she told me. You must have strange dreams. » - Olivier Lebé, "Repulse Bay" « Standing in front of the windows, I stand vertical to the void. »- Olivier Lebé, "Repulse Bay" Photos © Plume Image 1 ©Ludovic Bischoff

Established in 1920 by the Peninsula, this residential building was initially a hotel before becoming a building of furnished apartments with a concierge service. Created by the architect Anthony Wong, the building is known for its hole on the façade to allow the dragon to drink the sea water.
« I’m off to the Repulse Bay Building to knock on Mr. Ze’s door. » – Olivier Lebé, “Repulse Bay”, P 142
« The architect has provided an opening in the front of the building to allow the dragon to drink in the sea. One must never prevent the dragon from drinking. » – Olivier Lebé, “Repulse Bay”
« Mr. Ze gets out the bowls which he places on a lacquered wooden tray and goes to set the table in the lounge. » – Olivier Lebé, “Repulse Bay”, P 143
« You sleep just above the passage of the dragon, she told me. You must have strange dreams. » – Olivier Lebé, “Repulse Bay”
« Standing in front of the windows, I stand vertical to the void. »- Olivier Lebé, “Repulse Bay”


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