The center, designed by Revery Architecture for the University of Chicago, also integrates historic structures into its architecture.
Designed by Andrew Bromberg at Aedas and perched next to Victoria Harbour, the station features a 700-tree green roof and a 147-foot-tall main hall.
The Xiqu Centre, which will showcase traditional Chinese opera, was among the last projects to involve revered Chinese-Canadian architect Bing Thom.
Working closely with the 1969 building's original architect, the firm aimed to respect the existing architecture while restitching the tower into Hong Kong’s urban fabric.
The Swiss firm brings a contemporary edge to the historic Tai Kwun campus while creating new connections between 16 restored heritage structures.
The CTF Museum, slated to open in mid-2019, is enveloped in hundreds of almost-30-foot-tall glass cylinders.
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Hong Kong designer André Fu has redefined high-end design in Asia.
A historic site in Hong Kong that once housed its married police officers finds new life as a cultural hub and incubator for young designers.
An international band of designers redefine the dining experience.
An excerpt from the photographic book, "Vertical Horizon," pays tribute to the city's unique and often claustrophobic skyline.
An excerpt from the definitive text on the legendary anarchic walled settlement