March 28, 2015

Architecture for Social Innovation in HKIA Cross-Strait Architectural Design Awards - Silver Award

The CUHK Yasumoto International Academic Park and Wu Ho Man Yuen Building designed by Andrew Lee King Fun & Associates Architects Ltd. , is the silver award winner in the HKIA Cross-Strait Architectural Design Awards 2015.

Yasumoto International Academic Park is a state-of-art research complex and teaching facility in one of the top universities in Hong Kong. As a nurturing ground where students can explore their aspirations and potentials, and the love of life-long learning, this massive teaching complex gradually dissipates itself into a progression of more intimate and at the same time more characteristic meeting and gathering spaces, both semi-enclosed or uncovered, as it comes down near the street levels, promoting a continuum of academic and extracurricular activity hotspots for the students.

The HKIA Cross-Strait Architectural Design Awards is targeted in promoting for the excellence of architectural design in Mainland China, Taiwan, Macau and Hong Kong and hence, to give recognition to those outstanding designs in Cross-Strait regions.

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