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2018 Highlights

Design Awards

This year, the jurors selected 8 submissions for Award distinction. Specifically, (1) Honors Awards for Architecture,  (3) Merit Awards for Architecture, (2) Merit Awards for Interior Architecture, and (3) Merit Award for Urban Design Project.

In addition, two recipients of the AIA Hong Kong Scholastic Award 2018 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 2018 Design Awards include:

Mr. Erik Gerard L’Heureux, AIA LEED AP BD+C – Jury Chair
Vice Dean – Department of Architecture | National University of Singapore Principal | Pencil Office, US

Ms. Grace Cheung, AIA
Co-Founder | Principal Architect | Xrange, Taiwan

Mr. Raymond Fung, JP, FHKIA, Hon. AIA (HK)
Member of Development Committee | WKCD

Ms. Wenjing HUANG, AIA
Founding Partner | OPEN Architecture, Beijing

Mr. Kenneth Hau, FAIA
Co-Chair, 2018 Honors & Awards Committee

Mr. Gregory Leong, AIA
Co-Chair, 2018 Honors & Awards Committee

Mr. Simon Hsu, AIA
2018 Honors & Awards Committee

Scholastic Awards
The AIA Hong Kong is pleased to announce that this year’s recipients of AIA Hong Kong Scholastic Awards are:
Mr. Justin Cheng Wai Tat, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Mr. Chun Ka Ming, The University of Hong Kong

Honorary Membership & Citations
The AIA Hong Kong is pleased to announce this year’s Honorary Members and Chapter Citations recipients.

AlA Hong Kong Chapter Citation

Hong Kong Jockey Club

In recognition of significant contributions in the Chapter’s region for their transformation of the Central Police Station Compound into a center for the arts, culture and heritage through sensitive restoration and adaptive reuse of the existing structures, and contemporary additions to this valuable site that will enhance its legacy as a Hong Kong landmark for generations to come.

Link Asset Management Limited

In recognition of distinguished achievement in the Chapter’s region for their long-term support of the Stanley Plaza / Southside Glass Recycling Initiative, a volunteer, community engagement project that emphasizes sustainability while educating the public on the importance of recycling to the environment, through long-term collection and reduce-reuse-recycle programs across the territory.