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2017

Good Design Award

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Award-winning item
Architecture Exhibition and Events for Community [10-Most-Liked Hong Kong Architecture]
Business Owner
Hong Kong Architecture Centre
Category
Regional/Community development and social contribution activities
Company
HONG KONG ARCHITECTURE CENTRE (Hong Kong)
Award Number
17G161376
Outline of Good Design Award winners
Outline of Good Design Award winners 2017

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Outline

"10-Most-Liked Hong Kong Architecture" is a project created by the Hong Kong Architecture Centre for the heightening of the public's awareness to Hong Kong's own Architecture through Public Voting, Exhibition, Architecture Walks and Talks, Workshops for the Community, Student Ambassador Program, Book Publication, Digital Game, Award Ceremony to the 10-Most-Liked Hong Kong Architecture voted by the public. The project was launched in 2015 and further being commissioned to exhibit in Taipei and in Hong Kong International Airport Terminal 2 and Midfield Concourse (MFC) respectively.

Producer

Raymond Fung, Corrin Chan

Director

Tony Ip, Kevin Li, Tony Lam, Fanny Ang, Stephen Ip, Fung Siu Man, Joe Lui

Designer

Humphrey Wong, Sunny Wong, Allen Poon, Man Wong, Chan Yiu Hung, Laura Cozijnsen, Joshua Lau

More information

http://www.10mostlikedarchitecture.hk/

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2015/1

Evaluation

A brilliant concept that goes beyond the traditional way of interpreting and representing architecture by very creative application of a wide array of media: from exhibition to walks, talks and workshops, publications and social media...even stamps!It explores also various sectors of the public from students (as ambassadors) to public voting; and from locality to international dialoguesThe end-result is undoubtedly far more than just the 10-Most-liked Hong Kong Architecture, which serve more a linkage and mediators for the general public to understand and appreciate architecture and place in a deeper sense

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