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    Which studios are in the running to win top honours in A&D Awards 2023, Asia Pacific’s leading awards program for the architecture and design community?

    Now we can tell you! Click on the button below to see the exciting projects that have been shortlisted across 31 categories of Architecture, Future Developments, Interior Design, Innovation and Product Design.

    They are in contention for either a highly coveted Gold, Silver or Bronze Award, or a distinguished Certificate of Excellence, to be announced and presented at the PERSPECTIVE Gala Dinner on Thursday January 25, 2024.

    The sumptuous three course dinner will be held at the luxurious Kerry Hotel on the harbourfront at Hung Hom Bay.


    Winners of this year’s 40 Under 40 Awards will also be recognised at the dinner – so it’s a night that you can’t afford to miss! Highlights of the fabulous 2022 dinner are captured in the video on the right.

    Please mark the date in your diary and we’ll share registration details soon.


    A new center of attention for Xi’an

    World-renowned for its ancient terracotta warriors’ museum, Xi’an has a spectacular new attraction that could well become another must-visit experience for visitors. The Aedas-designed Xi’an Lovi Center, a mixed-use development which opened in June, is a sight to behold.

    A tale of two cities, by four young architects!

    Hong Kong and Seoul are both densely populated, global cities with rich cultural influences. Following the latest instalment of AIA Hong Kong’s instructive “Emerging Voices Series”, it’s clear they share something else in common: at least four emerging architecture firms with a passion for pushing the boundaries of conventional design and finding new ways of doing business.

    Transforming a busy metro station while city life continues uninterrupted

    Imagine being asked to connect two new underground rail lines to one of Hong Kong’s busiest MTR stations without disrupting existing services or the surrounding area. Sounds impossible? Not for global design and engineering company Arup which achieved all this and more at the expanded Admiralty station on Hong Kong island.




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