This year, the jurors selected 8 submissions for Award distinction. Specifically, (2) Honors Awards for Architecture, (1) Merit Award for Architecture, (3) Merit Awards for Interior Architecture, (2) Merit Awards for Unbuilt Project.
In addition, two recipients of the AIA Hong Kong Scholastic Award 2016 have been selected by the University of Hong Kong and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. The AIA Hong Kong would like to express sincere thanks and appreciation to the jurors for participation. The jurors for the 2016 Design Awards include:
Mr. Steven Miller FAIA, RIBA – Jury Chair
International Director, The American Institute of Architects
Mr. Yu-Ngok Lo AIA, NOMA, CDT, LEED AP, NCARB
Principal, YNL Architects
Mr. Vincent Ng HKIA, RIBA, RAIA, HKIUD, APEC Architect, RA, AP, JP
President, Hong Kong Institute of Architects
Prof. Nasrine Seraji AA dipl, RIBA
Professor and Head of Architecture Department, The University of Hong Kong
Mr. Takashi Yanai AIA
Managing Partner, Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects
Mr. Brian Jan, Assoc. AIA
Co-Chair,2016 Honors & Awards Committee
Mr. Gregory Leong, AIA
Co-Chair, 2016 Honors & Awards Committee
The eight projects have been selected as winners, as follows:
Honor Awards for Architecture:
- Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, HOK International (Asia/Pacific) Ltd.
- Jiangxi Nanchang Greenland Zifeng Tower, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Merit Award for Architecture:
- The Hemispheres, CL3 Architects Ltd.
Merit Awards for Interior Architecture:
- The Park Lane Hong Kong, A Pullman Hotel, CL3 Architects Ltd.
- GTB Shanghai Office, M Moser Associates Ltd.
- Origin of Thoughts, CL3 Architects Ltd.
Merit Awards for Unbuilt Project:
- Chengdu City Music Hall, Andrew Bromberg, Assoc. AIA
- The Urban Voids, Ping Jiang, AIA
The AIA Hong Kong is pleased to announce that this year’s recipients of AIA Hong Kong Scholastic Awards are:
Mr. Farzad Lee Kai, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
In recognition of outstanding academic achievement and leadership during undergraduate studies of architecture at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Ms. Alana Tam Wing Yan, The University of Hong Kong
In recognition of outstanding academic achievement and leadership during undergraduate studies of architecture at The University of Hong Kong.
Citations The AIA Hong Kong is pleased to announce this year’s Chapter Citation recipient.AlA Hong Kong Chapter Citation
In recognition of significant contributions in the Chapter’s region for Chapter’s region for engaging local communities with events, exhibitions, city walks and mobile apps to promote heritage buildings and neighborhoods as cultural and economic assets in Hong Kong and throughout Asia.