RLP won in 2 Categories of the 2015 Cityscape Awards for Emerging Markets

10 September 2015

RLP won in 2 Categories of the 2015 Cityscape Awards for Emerging Markets

10 September 2015

Ko Shan Theatre New Wing won TWO awards in 2015 Cityscape Awards for Emerging Markets becoming winners for the categories of Community, Culture & Tourism Project (Built) and Sustainability Project (Built). It is the first international award of Ko Shan Theatre New Wing, as well as the first award of its sustainable design.

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140 Young Green Architects Nurtured Through Project ACT

09 September 2015

Project ACT (Architecture.Community.Teenagers) will be officially launched in November 2015. Co-organized by Ronald Lu & Partners and the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, Project ACT has been specially designed by professional RLP architects for the benefit of the 140 participating secondary students. The project will involve engaging activities like an ‘Archi-Tour’ of remarkable examples of Hong Kong architecture and a model-making workshop. These activities will enhance students’ understanding of the mission and responsibilities borne by architects when they take on projects, and help instill the importance of the concept of sustainable development in our next generation’s minds while they are still young. The ultimate aim of the project is very much long term: when these teenagers grow up, we hope they will understand and care about the environment and take the initiative to build a better, more sustainable community.

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140 Young Green Architects Nurtured Through Project ACT

Project ACT (Architecture.Community.Teenagers) will be officially launched in November 2015. Co-organized by Ronald Lu & Partners and the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, Project ACT has been specially designed by professional RLP architects for the benefit of the 140 participating secondary students. The project will involve engaging activities like an ‘Archi-Tour’ of remarkable examples of Hong Kong architecture and a model-making workshop. These activities will enhance students’ understanding of the mission and responsibilities borne by architects when they take on projects, and help instill the importance of the concept of sustainable development in our next generation’s minds while they are still young. The ultimate aim of the project is very much long term: when these teenagers grow up, we hope they will understand and care about the environment and take the initiative to build a better, more sustainable community.

09 September 2015