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28/02/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
AIA Hong Kong Technical Seminar - Interact Hospitality, Smarter operations for the best guest experience
Venue:JEB Showroom
Description:

 

Please join us for a fun evening with our kick-off party and a technical seminar by Signify (formerly Philips Lighting)!

The seminar will examine the latest trends in the Internet of Things, from lighting design to total system solutions for both hotel guest rooms and office environments. Topics to be covered will include application specific designs, lighting planning, the human centric design approach, the well being matrix, operations & maintenance, and future system expansions. The seminar will also consider sustainability and environmental monitoring, intelligent lighting, data-driven decision making, and the increased ease of personalization.

Attendees for our kick-off party and technical seminar will receive 1.5 AIA CES LUs.

 

Ken Lo is the Senior Lighting Application Manager for Signify Hong Kong (Former Philips Lighting Hong Kong). He leads the lighting application and support team to provide lighting design, illumination engineering, application systems and specification support. Ken has a background in Building Services Engineering and a Master of Lighting degree. In addition to his work with Signify, he also holds the position of Chairman of CIE Hong Kong (International Commission of Illumination, Hong Kong Chapter).

 

Signify (formerly Philips Lighting) is the world leader in connected LED lighting products, systems and services helping customers maximize energy use, drive efficiencies and deliver new experiences.

28/02/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
AIA Hong Kong 2019 Kick-off Party
Venue:JEB Showroom
Description:

 

Dear Members and Friends of the AIA Hong Kong,

You are cordially invited to join the AIA Hong Kong 2019 Kick-off Party on Thursday, February 28, 2019!

2018 was an eventful year for us, with lots of local community engagements and collaborations between professional organizations. We are looking forward to building on the momentum with your continued support, enthusiastic participation and full engagement!

Please join us for a fun evening and to learn more about this year’s theme and events, to meet new friends and/or to catch up with old pals.  Most importantly, let’s get inspired by the recent lighting technology trends with a technical seminar by Signify.

Please RSVP with the names of your guests by February 25th (Monday).  Walk-in guests will be charged HK$100.

 

We look forward to your continued support and hope to see you on February 28th!

 

The Executive Committee of 2019 AIA Hong Kong Chapter

 

 

Event Partner

 

Venue Sponsor

 

23/02/2019
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
AIA Hong Kong Building Tour – The French International School Tseung Kwan O Campus
Venue:The French International School Tseung Kwan O Campus
Description:

Due to popular demand, this event is sold-out. 

Please contact Chapter office if you wish to be on our waiting list.

 

Dear AIA members and friends,

AIA Hong Kong invites you to join our first building tour of 2019: the new French International School Tseung Kwan O campus, 28 Tong Yin Street, Tseung Kwan O, NT, on February 23 (Saturday) 10:00 – 12 noon.

The French International School at Tseung Kwan O is Hong Kong’s greenest school, an open and active learning environment for kindergarten, primary and secondary level pupils.  Completed in September 2018, the 19,600 m2 campus sets an outstanding example for sustainability with its strategic use of daylight, extensive landscaping and energy saving features.

The facility was designed by Henning Larsen, practitioners of sustainable design and inclusive design strategies, and the tour will be led by Henning Larsen’s Elva Tang and Claude Bøjer Godefroy, together with Jean-Charles Querette, Int’l Assoc. AIA, former Project Manager for the school.

On this tour you will experience Henning Larsen’s renowned approach to daylighting design and see how the school’s collaborative learning vision has been implemented within an innovative open classroom concept.  You will also learn about many of the state-of-the-art sustainable design strategies incorporated into the campus.

Due to the popularity of our building tours and limited space available, early registration is strongly recommended. Priority will be given to AIA members.

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

The 2019 Programs Committee of AIA Hong Kong

 

 

 

Special Thanks to

         

 

 

About Henning Larsen

Henning Larsen is a Copenhagen-based architectural studio with seven offices worldwide. The firm specializes in identity-creating cultural buildings, educational institutions, headquarters, and urban planning. Their projects have received a number of prestigious awards including a Mies van der Rohe Award and four AIA International Design Awards. HLA has won over 35 design competitions in the last five years alone. 

 

22/01/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Harvard Graduate School of Design and North American Alumni Gathering
Venue:PMQ Hub
Description:

 

Dear Members and Friends of the AIA Hong Kong,

Please join us for a reception with alumni and students from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and North American Alumni, co-hosted by ChinaGSD and AIA Hong Kong on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at PMQ.

This will be a casual evening to welcome current Harvard GSD students, alumni and friends, and will also be a great opportunity to connect with the North American architectural community!

The event is free but, for our planning purposes, please RSVP via the AIA Hong Kong Chapter Office (rsvp@aiahk.org) by January 19, 2019 (Saturday) to confirm your attendance.

We hope to see you there!

 

The Executive Committee of 2019 AIA Hong Kong Chapter

10/12/2018
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
YAG Architectural Sketching with Students, Tai Kwun
Venue:Tai Kwun
Description:

 

We are excited to host our third annual architectural sketching session and tour of Tai Kwun on December 10th (Monday) with students from the Savannah College of Art and Design.  We will also be spending our time with local students from the Rotary Club of Hong Kong Island West Hong Shi Morninghope School.  The Morninghope School teaches secondary school students who have intellectual disabilities.

It will be a fun morning of sketching and working with the next generation of potential architects, designers, and artists, while sharing with them the importance of architecture and the architectural heritage of Hong Kong.

The event is FREE, so please join us with your drawing pads and tools and connect with Hong Kong’s past and future!

Please RSVP via rsvp@aiahk.org

 

Program:

10:00am-11:30am: Sketching and tour of the Herzog De Meuron Building.

11:30am-12:00pm: Presentations and picnic

Special Thanks to:

 

Architecture for Children

Architecture for Children (AFC) is a program developed by a group of volunteers in Hong Kong and New York who come multiple backgrounds but all believe creative thinking can help educate our future leaders.  AFC received a 2017 AIA Hong Kong Community Citation Award and was founded by Vicky Chan, AIA.

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