“Bamboo Construct 2014” is a large-scale temporary installation for the exhibition entitled “Construction • Transition @artsquare“ organised by the Museum of Art Hong Kong that opened in November 2014. Built at Salisbury Gardens, as a welcoming gesture to visitors entering the Art Square venue, this pavilion functions as an interactive piece of art. Visually permeable, it combines the beauty of traditional culture and contemporary architecture and explores the aesthetic and structural properties of bamboo, both in strength and in flexibility. Notwithstanding constraints in size and length of the stems, being at once a structure and spatial delineators, the work of art uses the triangulation of the components to produce an inherently rigid, yet visually dynamic form. Traditional jointing techniques were used in counterpoint to the innovative design, as an allegory for the development of architecture itself, weaving a human touch and the influence of nature together poetically.