We propose solutions to people-centric urbanism for enhanced liveability and sustainability, through the redistribution of land, people and environment. Exhibits are created through collaboration among corporations, architects, artists and academics, which intensifies the search for the meaning of living together. Since the Covid-19 pandemic, digitalised environments have become prominent alternatives: that conceptualise ‘our new normal’ and the curators embrace this in the discourse of How will we live together? With augmented reality, the exhibition enables experience sharing through the redistribution of the physical and digital environment. It demonstrates Hong Kong’s ingenuity of redistributing land, people, and environment for a safer and smarter city.