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Rocco Design Architects represents at Aedes Architecture Forum

by Simon Yuen on Dec 21, 2015 in Architecture
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Rocco Yim, co-founder of Rocco Yim Design Architects, at the Aedes Architecture Forum (centre)

Rocco Yim, co-founder of Rocco Yim Design Architects, at the Aedes Architecture Forum (centre)

Rocco Design Architects has become the first Hong Kong-based firm to participate in the Aedes Architecture Forum in Berlin

Hong Kong-based architectural firm Rocco Design Architects (RDA) was invited by Aedes Architecture Forum in Berlin to exhibit works in its gallery.

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Titled Intensity: The Work of Rocco Design Architects, Hong Kong, the exhibition showcased RDA’s current major projects and was opened to the general public on 9 October. Rocco Yim, one of the co-founders of RDA, was invited to present his works and his insights on the theme of Identity in Architecture in the symposium Identity in a Floating World, meeting local professionals, academics, students and media.

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