This year, the jurors selected 19 submissions for Award distinction. Specifically, (3) Honors Awards for Architecture, (2) Merit Awards for Architecture, (3) Honors Awards for Interior Architecture, (2) Merit Awards for Interior Architecture, (2) Honors Awards for Urban Design, (1) Merit Award for Urban Design, (1) Honors Award for Unbuilt/Other, (2) Merit Awards for Unbuilt/Other and (1) Merit Award for Sustainable Design.
In addition, two recipients of the AIA Hong Kong Scholastic Award 2014 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 2014 Design Awards include:
Mr. James Wright AIA, NCARB – Jury Chair
Vice President, AIA International Region
Principal Partner, Page Southerland Page LLP
Dr. Kenneth Yeang Hon. FAIA
Principal, T.R. Hamzah & Yeang Sdn. Bhd.
Prof. Christopher Webster
Dean, Faculty of Architecture, The University of Hong Kong
Mr. Antony Chan RIBA, ARCUK
Chairman, Hong Kong Interior Design Association
Founder & Creative Director, Cream
Mr. Mark McConnel Hon. FAIA
Principal, Summit Studio
Mr. Christopher Law Hon. AIA (HK)
Chair, 2014 Honors & Awards Committee
Mr. Gregory Leong AIA
Technical Advisor, 2014 Honors & Awards Committee
The AIA Hong Kong is pleased to announce that this year’s recipients of AIA Hong Kong Scholastic Awards are:
Ms. Ip Yi Lok, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Ms. Wang Tian Meng, 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.
Ms. Mary Chan
In recognition of significant contributions in the Chapter’s region for her commitment to publishing original and inspiring books on art, architecture, design, and the visual culture of Hong Kong and neighboring cities.
Mr. Greg Girard & Mr. Ian Lambot
In recognition of significant contributions in the Chapter’s region for publication of their landmark book, City of Darkness Revisited, the updated and expanded edition of their seminal work about this unique urban settlement and its legacy in the history of Hong Kong.
Mr. Dare Koslow
In recognition of distinguished achievement in the Chapter’s region for the sensitive renovation of numerous ‘tong lau’ dwellings as contemporary residential units, helping contribute to the preservation not only of individual buildings but also of Hong Kong’s historic urban fabric.
Hong Kong Heritage Conservation Foundation
Mr. Daryl Ng
In recognition of distinguished achievement in the Chapter’s region for converting a former police station into the Tai O Heritage Hotel, thereby preserving a colonial-style, late 19th century building in an elegant, adaptive re-use of this historic site.
AlA Hong Kong Honorary Affiliate Membership
Dr. Lee Ho Yin, HKICON HKIUD Assoc. HKIA Hon AIA (HK)
In recognition of distinguished achievement in the Chapter’s region as co-founder, professor and current Director of the University of Hong Kong Architectural Conservation Programme, former member of the Antiquities Advisory Board and advisor to the World Bank on heritage preservation in Singapore and China.