Highlights of 2022
Congratulations to all the winners of our 2022 Honors & Awards. This year, we awarded 11 awards including 2 honors and 4 merits in Architecture, 3 merits in Urban Design, 1 honor and 1 merit in Interior Architecture. Our jury panel recognized the difference in challenges for projects of different scale. This is particularly the case for the Architecture category, where scale of project can range from small scale construction to large-scale mixed-use development. A conscious decision was made by the jury panel to award projects of different scales to address this disparity. Urban Design projects that covered both urban and natural settings were selected. With climate change as a critical issue, the jurors awarded projects with ecological ideas will prevail to achieve a balance, wholistic, resilient design solutions.
AIA Hong Kong awards AIA member architects annually for excellence in architectural design, interior design and urban design of built works or unbuilt projects within the Chapter’s assigned territory of Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area.
Honors – The Qinchang Village Town Hall by Studio 10
Honors – OCT Tower by KPF
Merits – HKFYG Jockey Club Stanley Outdoor Training Camp by Architecture Commons
Merits – St. Stephen’s College, Benevolence House by Philip Liao & Partners
Merits – Times Guangzhou E-PARK Phase II by Atelier Ping Jiang / EID Arch
Merits – Hall of Immortality at Longshan Cemetery by Studio 10
Merits – The Ring of Life, Xihu Road North District Urban Design by CallisonRTKL Asia
Merits – Wuxi Railway Station South Masterplanning and Urban Regeneration by AECOM
Merits – Revitalize the 168 Golden Coastline – The most beautiful scenic road in Southern China by AECOM
University of Hong Kong – Fiona Yuhui Guo
Chinese University Of Hong Kong – Lincoln Chan
Chu Hai College – Hannah Lok Ki Chu
Honorary Affiliate Membership
In recognition of distinguished achievement in the Chapter’s region as a leader in upcycling post-consumer waste into sustainable new materials that are incorporated in creative design, engineering, and manufacturing solutions ranging from buildings to consumer products – and for inventing smart, mobile and permanent recycling systems toward a future circular economy.
In recognition of distinguished achievement in the Chapter’s region as Chairman of the Hong Kong Antiquities and Advisory Board promoting heritage conservation and education and your individual efforts at preserving a diverse range of Hong Kong’s cultural treasures for future generations to appreciate.
Central Market – Chinachem Group and Urban Renewal Authority
The University of Chicago Francis and Rose Yuen Campus – The University of Chicago