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Hong Kong Chapter of AIA featured in Connection publication

by on Aug 30, 2016 in Architecture , Perspective Promotions
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The American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Young Architects Forum has recently spoken with members from the Hong Kong Chapter in its Connection publication

The most recent edition of the publication features an interview with Hong Kong Chapter president Kenneth Hau and YAG chair Vikki Lew about the development of the Young Architects Group in Hong Kong, and how the chapter supports its young architects by providing various forums and development opportunities.

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In the same issue, emerging Hong Kong firms Avoid Obvious Architects and openUU are featured, with the founders of both firms describing their journey into independent practice along with the general architectural climate in Hong Kong.

Connection has kindly made these stories available to Perspective readers through the links below.

Young Architects Group: Interview with Kenneth Hau and Vikki Lew

Emerging Hong Kong Firms: Interview with Avoid Obvious Architects and openUU

 

 

 

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