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25/07/2013
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
CES #345 Defining Responsible Architecture - A Discussion of Best Practice
Venue:POSH Network Centre
Description:

Announcement bar

 

LUH: 1.0 LU/HSW 

The Talk:

This seminar will focus on the specifics of what it means to be a “responsible architect” in today’s rapidly changing and urbanizing world.  We will look at case studies to discuss best practice at both ‘Building’ and ‘City’ scales with a focus on resource allocation, budget adherence, response to urban context, meeting of client needs, anticipation of public realm, civic expectations and overall timeless design excellence.

The Speaker:

Cory M. Ticktin, AIA LEED AP, has nearly 30 years of diverse professional experience leading large-scale complex design efforts globally. He has recently relocated to China to lead the design of projects in the Asia region for the Beijing office of AECOM.  Cory’s work is recognized for its excellence from conceptual design through completion, including a wide range of building types: corporate headquarters, residential projects, retail and entertainment venues, hospitality projects as well as an array of civic and government buildings, transportation, public safety and educational facilities.  Cory was educated at USC and worked previously with SOM, KMJR and DMJM in Los Angeles.

Join us in welcoming Cory Ticktin to Hong Kong and come participate in a discussion of best practice and responsible architecture.

 

11/07/2013
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Macau: The Paradox of Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Development
Venue:Tung Fat Ho Building Material Showroom
Description:

AIA Hong Kong/ Perspective Brain Trust Series: “Art, Architecture and Culture” 

Macau: The Paradox of Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Development

The Talk
Can cultural heritage and contemporary gaming industry co-exist?  Join us for the third session in the 2013 Brain Trust Series on Art, Architecture and Culture as we speak with experts to look at Macau and explore the paradox of cultural heritage and contemporary development.  Are there vestiges of a historic and multicultural past that can serve as points of reference for this 24-hour modern city of casinos and tourism?  Come share your perspectives. 

The Speakers

Rui Leao, AAM OA HKIUD, is Partner of LBA arquitectura & planeamento lda and Vice-President of Architects Association of Macau.  His Reading Room Project in the Portuguese School of Macau received jury commendation for innovation from the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards in 2012.

Bernard Lim, JP FHKIA HKIUD, is Founding Principal of AD+RG, Professor of Architecture at CUHK, Past President of HKIA and Founding President of HKIUD, among other notable appointments.  He has professional specialization and research in community participatory planning and workshops. 

Jason Wordie, Hon. AIA (HK), is a leading historian and writer with an interest in the preservation of Hong Kong and Macau’s built and cultural heritage. In addition to writing books and weekly newspaper columns, Jason leads popular walking tours for local community and cultural groups. 

Marisa Yiu, AIA, is Founding Partner of ESKYIU, a practice that integrates multi-disciplinary design, culture and spatial agency.  She is Assistant Professor of Architecture at CUHK and a board member of Hong Kong Ambassadors for Design, a non-profit organization that promotes creative imagination of the public.

Moderated By Christine Bruckner and Suzanne Miao

 

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