The project "Reformative Coral Habitats – Reef tiles; Rethinking Artificial Reef structures through a robotic 3D clay printing method" by Christian J. Lange, Dominic Co Lim, Jason Hu, David M. Baker, Vriko Yu, and Phil Thompson, and our member Lidia Ratoi was featured in the peer-reviewed project exhibition at this year’s online ACADIA conference "Distributed Proximities". In 2018 after a devastating storm, Hong Kong lost around 80% of its existing corals. Consequently, the team consisting of marine biologists and architects at The University of Hong Kong developed a series of performative clay printed tile structures that have been deployed in the city's waters in July 2020 which is already being inhabited by marine life.