AIA Hong Kong A Chapter of The American Institute of Architects
St. Andrew's Church Life Centre by Nelson Chen Architects Ltd.
Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel, Tokyo by CL3 Architects Ltd.
arvato Shanghai Headquarters by M Moser Associates Ltd.
Timber Scooper by Upscaling Operations Ltd.
Guiyang Nanming Riverfront Cultural CBD Master Plan by Skidmore,Owings & Merrill LLP
Yong River Platform Park by AECOM
Wolong Lake Waterfront Park by AECOM
Huishan North Bund by Perkins Eastman
What is AIA Hong Kong?
AIA Hong Kong, A Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, was established in 1997 to serve the professional interests of the growing number of AIA member architects practicing in Hong Kong, China and the Asia Pacific region. Read More
Zaha Hadid, one of the most important architects of this generation, passed away recently shocking the architectural world. Zaha’s unyielding intellect had driven her to develop an architectural language of her own, resulting in amazing buildings and spaces. She achieved architecture of the highest order, in a profession still dominated by men. We all mourn her loss.
Synopsis: Hong Kong’s harbourfront plays an iconic role in providing an enjoyable walking environment and quality public space that benefit both local residents and tourists around the world. This Public Forum aims to facilitate an informed discussion among international experts, local stakeholders and the community about the planning of a world-class harbourfront that is accessible to people and for people. For more info & RSVP, please click HERE
Date: 19 May 2016 (Thursday)
Time: 9:00am to 12:40pm (Registration start from 8:30am)
Venue: Exhibition Hall, Energizing Kowloon East Office
Find out what’s happening with capital in Asia, and what to expect next
TheULI Asia Pacific Summit, held in Shanghai June 15-17, is where you need to be to place yourself on the cutting edge of real estate industry trends. The highly interactive discussion panels at this event are where trends are identified, where new concepts are tested, and where lessons learned are shared among peers.
Be sure not to miss these exciting panels!
Asian capital flows and investment trends – Perhaps no topic is hotter now than capital. Asian investors are an increasingly powerful force in the global marketplace. During this session, emerging and established investors will share insights on their investment strategies and a perspective on how they can work with project sponsors and developers. Panelist include moderator François Trausch of Allianz Real Estate, Parag Khanna of Hybrid Reality, Lynn C. Thurber of LaSalle Investment Management, Wai Keong Loh of GIC Real Estate, and Goodwin Gaw of Gaw Capital.
Urban Regeneration – Compact cities with vibrant mixed-use districts linked to transit are well positioned to compete for industry, talent, tourism, and investment. Refocusing on the city with urban regeneration initiatives is the next big phase of development for Asia, providing opportunities for the private sector while enhancing the competitiveness of the city. Panelists include moderator James von Klemperer of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Dr Cheong Koon Hean of the Housing and Development Board, Singapore, and Ian Hawksworth of Capco.