The term ‘concrete jungle’ is well suited in describing the Hong Kong territories. Rows and rows, layers upon layers of modern highrises shoot out from the ground like giant trees. There is something truly magnificent about the size and structure, but unlike an old growth forest, these buildings do not have strong roots within the earth. This series questions how compact urban environments might influence our thoughts and behaviours. With concrete obstructing the horizon at every turn and dominating the landscape, there is little reminder of what truly sustains us.