Architects and developers are used to categorising their projects into one type; the type that only serves the clients' goals and their programs, either being "public" or "private". The client and the design team of the Grand Milestone Art Centre , however, defied this redundant habit and reimagined a private development beyond its boundary. The result would successfully promote pedestrian accessibility for both the visitors and local communities.
The project boasts a sophisticated landscape that showers every visitor with wonders throughout their journey into each space. Designed with utmost intricacy, every garden and courtyard displays themselves as a well-composed painting while acting as a living backdrop for any artwork exhibited. However, these beautiful spaces would not be fully appreciated if people could not easily reach the site. Looking at the adjacent green corridor, the landscape team saw a great opportunity in creating the public "Ribbon Dance Park", where a meandering ribbon-like boardwalk reconnects the existing but desolate footbridge with this new development and the city's pavement network, enlivening the district once again.