We encourage all members to submit their work for this prestigious event, which has become increasingly well known to other professionals and the public.
No physical boards required, only digital files. In addition to sending in USB, please also upload files to dropbox. Please note that the deadline for submission is August 31, 2018 at 5PM and, for any enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
At present, Hong Kong is one of three sites outside of the U.S. where ARE is offered. Our study sessions are led by licensed AIA members and integrate content review, study strategies, tips and tricks, and sample questions. On Saturday, June 2nd 2018, 10am-12noon at our chapter office in PMQ, we will present our final presentation on ARE 4.0 while it is being retired by the end of June. Our topic will be Programming, Planning, and Practice. Our future presentation will be on ARE 5.0. The study group will be guided by Andrew King, AIA and Vicky Chan, AIA.
If you would like to be added to the notification list related to ARE, email our Young Architects Group at email@example.com. Be sure to include your full name, affiliation, email address, and any particular areas of interest. Space is limited, Register via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Young Architects Group Committee of the 2018 AIA Hong Kong Chapter
AIA Hong Kong cordially invites you to join the CUHK 22nd Master of Architecture Graduation Show Make Some Noise. The opening ceremony will be held on Friday, June 1, 2018, at The Rotunda, Exchange Square, Central. RSVP
The show will feature more than 40 individual thesis projects on topics ranging from housing and heritage conservation, to urban design, public infrastructure, traditional construction, architectural technologies and computational design.
The exhibition will continue from 1-9 June at The Rotunda, Exchange Square, and from 11-24 June at the Exhibition Zones, 1/F, AIT Building, CUHK, Shatin.
AIA Hong Kong is an official sponsor of this event which is FREE.
Please join us for a tour of The Murray, Hong Kong sponsored by B.S.C. Group Limited and Dornbracht.
Located in the heart of Central, this former Hong Kong Government Headquarters is one of eight historic landmarks recognised by the Conserving Central Initiative, introduced by the HKSAR Government in 2013. After a redesign by Foster + Partners, Design Architect, with Wong and Ouyang, Civil & Structural Engineers, Urbis, Landscape Architect, and Tino Kwan, Lighting Consultant, the building has been transformed into the city’s newest landmark hotel, The Murray, Hong Kong, as the flagship property of Niccolo Hotels.
Designed by Ron Phillips in the 1960s, the building was regarded as an outstanding example of sustainable architecture in its time and has won numerous awards for its groundbreaking, energy-efficient design, including the Energy Efficient Building Award, in 1994. All of the signature features of the original Murray Building, including the facade with its imposing three-storey arches, the vehicle ramp and distinctive recessed windows, have been retained.
The tour will be led by Colin Ward of Foster + Partners and representatives of The Murray, Hong Kong. It will be concluded with a light refreshments host by The Murray, Hong Kong.
At present, Hong Kong is one of three sites outside of the U.S. where ARE is offered. Our study sessions are led by licensed AIA members and integrate content review, study strategies, tips and tricks, and sample questions. The first meeting will be held on Saturday, May 5th 2018,10am-12noon at our chapter office in PMQ. The first half of our study session will be on Programming, Planning, and Practice and the second half will be open discussion for all topics.
If you would like to be added to the notification list related to ARE, email our Young Architects Group at email@example.com. Be sure to include your full name, affiliation, email address, and any particular areas of interest. In next session, we will focus on structural systems. The meeting will be held on Saturday, June 2nd 2018, 10am-12noon at our chapter office in PMQ. Space is limited, Register via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join us for a fun outing to the Tsing Yi Southwest Leisure Building – a vibrant and landscape-filled sports hub for the community of Tsing Yi. We encourage you to join us with your kids to have fun in the biggest public children’s play room in Hong Kong and invite friends to join us for a chill mini-picnic.
The Hong Kong ASD created this 16,000m² building to become a major community presence in the form of an athletic centre, offering an arena, an outdoor climbing wall, an indoor pool, and children’s playrooms. The richly composed palette of materials, including a folded cement-board façade, black-colored, tilted steel plates, fair-faced concrete and contrasting white walls, provides a vibrant and energetic atmosphere both inside and out. Tiers of open plaza and public lawns permeate the building, further opening it up to the community it serves.
This course will examine LED task and ambient lighting in the contemporary workplace. It will review LED technology, the new advancements that are benefitting office lighting design, the lighting requirements of the modern workplace, and how LED lighting serves these spaces.
We have had a great start of the year! We had a full house for the Tai Kwun Building Tour visit on March 24th. Wrapping up Q1 was our first Chapter Quarterly Meeting on March 26th sponsored by Kitchen Infinity, with a technical seminar given by our Corporate Affiliate member Mr Kenneth Yun of BeTrue Limited on Scenography.
We have provided over 12 LUs so far, and represented AIA Hong Kong on numerous events as supporting organizations.
We would like to continue to bring to your attention all the exciting upcoming programs scheduled in the next few months so you can plan ahead…
Further details of each event will be sent out as we approach the dates, but we encourage you to mark your schedules now. We will provide further notifications and reminders of these events as soon as possible, and we look forward to your continued support!
Should you have any questions please feel free to contact the Chapter Office.
The Executive Committee of the 2018 AIA Hong Kong Chapter