Hong Kong Institute of Architects Annual Awards 09
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Specs: 190 x 250 mm, 208 pp
Format: full colour, hardcover with jacket
Release date: April 2010
ABOUT THE BOOK
The Hong Kong Institute of Architects (HKIA) Annual Awards is the most prestigious accolade for excellence in architecture by HKIA members. Established in 1965 to recognise outstanding architectural designs in and around Hong Kong, the awards also invites overseas projects for the first time in 44 years to enter the competition for the Special Architectural Award. The committee has received a total of 79 submissions for the year 2009, including the Guangdong Museum by Rocco Design Architects Limited and the new premises for Hongdeng Primary School by the School of Architecture, the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Richly illustrated with photographs, renderings and drawings alongside the jury’s citation, HKIA Annual Awards 2009 lists the winning and shortlisted projects in each category, judged by a panel of globally respected icons, including Mr. Ole Scheeren, Mr. Victor Tsang and Mr. John Ng.