Cine Times, which won the Civic, Culture and Transport category at Inside Festival this year, occupies the thirteenth floor of Hong Kong's Times Square shopping centre.
It replaces an earlier cinema on the ground floor that had to close a few years earlier because of unaffordable rents.
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"Hong Kong people we went there a lot. But it is a memory because it [closed] a couple of years ago."
Because of local people's nostalgia for the old cinema, Lung wanted to evoke a sense of old movies in the new cinema.
"Because of the memory [of the original cinema], I decided to use the old world of a movie," she explains. "So that's why we're using black and white only."
The lights in the ceiling are designed to look like they are from a movie set, while undulating panels along the walls represent rolls of film.
"You can see the abstract form of rolls of film everywhere in the cinema," Lung says. "Especially the lobby."
The cinema's air-conditioning system is also hidden behind these wall panels, allowing for much more generous ceiling heights.
"The air-con company told us we couldn't have a ceiling height higher than 2.4 metres," explains Lung.
"But because it was such an important cinema for our client – it is their flagship – we thought a lot and finally decided to put all the ducts along the wall."
Inside Festival took place at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore from 1 to 3 October. Award entries for next year's festival are open from February 2015.
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