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Thomas CHEE King Hei, Hong Kong
Lok Yan Chen · Francis Lam Yuk Shui · Man To Chow, Hong Kong
Richard Leung Kai Ching, Hong Kong
Sum Ming Hau, Hong Kong
Davy Ku Ching To, Hong Kong
Ting Cheung Leung · Ka Lung Lui · Tsz Shek Lau · Zhongming Tam, Hong Kong
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Victor Ioan Pricop · Ioana Alexandra Mititelu, Hong Kong
R+J, Hong Kong
Eunice Tsui, Hong Kong
To inspire innovation and help nurture new architectural and design talent in Hong Kong, the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority has launched the Hong Kong Young Architects & Designers Competition – a new competition to design an iconic Temporary Pavilion in the West Kowloon Nursery Park. The winning pavilion will be built on a waterfront location that offers spectacular harbour and sunset views, and the selected design should offer an inviting, informal public space to enhance visitor experience while also providing an informal space for talks, workshops and small performances.
This competition offers an invaluable opportunity for Hong Kong residents currently studying Architecture, Design or a related discipline, as well as those who have graduated in the last 10 years, to showcase their talent and see their design through to reality with the full support of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority.
The competition will be judged by a panel of highly respected local and international experts that includes Thomas Heatherwick, James Corner and Sou Fujimoto.
Three short-listed entries will be selected for further design development, with the winner as selected by our judging panel being taken forward and constructed in the Nursery Park.
The winning entry will receive an award of HK$250,000 and a prize certificate. Two short-listed entries will receive commendation awards of HK$100,000.
By promoting the work of emerging young local talent, and design that is exciting, accessible and sustainable, we plan to create a model for an annual competition that can raise the international profile of Hong Kong and become an established fixture in the global creative calendar.