This year, the jurors selected 12 submissions for Merit Award distinction. Specifically, (4) for Architecture including (2) projects which also received Sustainable Design Award, (4) for Interior Architecture, (1) for Urban Design and (3) for Unbuilt projects.
In addition, four recipients of the AIA Hong Kong Scholastic Award 2010 have been selected by the University of Hong Kong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Tongji University and Tsinghua University.
The AIA Hong Kong would like to express sincere thanks and appreciation to the jurors for participation. The jurors for the 2010 Design Awards include:
Professor Yung Ho Chang, Hon AIA HK, Founding Principal Architect, Atelier Fei chang Jian zhu
Dean Ralph Lerner, FAIA, HKIA, Dean of Faculty of Architecture, University of Hong Kong
Mr Bernard Lim, FHKIA, HKIUD Founding Principal, AD+RG (Architecture Design and Research Group)Founding President, HKIUD (Hong Kong Institute of Urban Design)
Ms Christine Loh Kong-Wai, Hon AIA HK, JP, OBE, Chief Executive Officer, Civic Exchange
Mr Patrick T Onishi, AIA Senior Regional Director, AIA Northwest & Pacific Region
Dr Christine E Bruckner, AIA, HKIUD, LEED AP, Professional Advisor, AIA Hong Kong Honors & Awards Committee
Mr Gregory Leong, AIA, Chairman, AIA Hong Kong Honors & Awards Committee
The AIA Hong Kong is pleased to announce that this year’s recipients of AIA Hong Kong Scholastic Awards are:
Mr. Li Kwan Ho, Felita, The Chinese University of Hong Kong;
Mr. Ho Hung Lai, Wesley, The University of Hong Kong;
Mr. Kang Xiao Pei, Tongji University, Shanghai.
Chapter Citations: The AIA Hong Kong is pleased to announce this year’s Chapter Citations recipients are:
Chinese University of Hong Kong, School of Architecture
Professor Edward Ng and Team
In recognition of distinguished achievement in the Chapter’s region for the design and construction of a cological demonstration village school in Maosi, Gansu Province, China, that relies on traditional building materials and techniques to create energy saving sustainable architecture with optimal thermal performance in the extreme climate conditions.
Thomas Schmidt, AIA
Architect, author and illustrator
In recognition of significant achievement in promoting the values of cultural heritage, eco-tourism and vernacular architecture in the Chapter’s region, such as Borneo and Sumatra, through educational graphic novels in the Bumbling Traveler adventure series that are richly informed through detailed research and vividly portrayed by exquisitely hand-drawn illustrations.