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    The winners of the A&D Awards and 40 Under 40 Awards for 2023 have been revealed at another spectacular PERSPECTIVE Gala Dinner, this time at Hong Kong’s luxurious Kerry Hotel.

    More than 230 luminaries of the architecture and design community gathered to celebrate the best work and brightest young talent of the past 18 months. The packed ballroom was alive with anticipation and excitement as all the winners were revealed.

    Winning studios came from as far afield as Europe and North America, Singapore, India, and Macau, as well as Hong Kong and the mainland. Industry association leaders and many of our internationally recognised judges were among those who spoke and presented awards on the night.

    Seven world-class studios were in the running for the ultimate award – the Practice of the Year. It was awarded to the delighted team from KPF (see right below).

    Click on the buttons below to see all the winners of both awards. The A&D Awards section also includes a photo gallery of fun moments at the Gala Dinner and presentations of all awards.




    We at PERSPECTIVE offer our hearty congratulations to all the winners and our sincere thanks to the judges, supporting organisations and participants.

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