You are cordially invited to a Book Talk by Prof Raymond Fung on “Stories Behind Hong Kong Architecture – Design and Structure” and an Architectural Tour to Hong Kong Wetland Park led by Prof Fung.
Date: 26 Oct 2017 (Thu) TODAY
Time: 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Venue: Lam Woo Lecture Theater (LT-B)
Moderator: Dr Anna Kwong, Program Director, HKUST Center for the Arts
Registration: Library Event Registration
(Students may attain 1.5 credit hours for the HLTH1010 Healthy Lifestyle Course after attending the talk)
Date: 4 Nov 2017 (Sat)
Time: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
(Students may attain 2 credit hours for the HLTH1010 Healthy Lifestyle Course after attending the tour)
About the Talk & the Tour
Following the very successful book talk on his book “誰把爛泥扶上壁 – 你所不知的香港建築故事” in March, this time Prof Fung will focus on some of his architectural projects mentioned in the book. He will use some of these projects as examples to talk about building materials of the modern/contemporary age.
In conjunction with this talk, Prof Fung will lead a guided tour to the Hong Kong Wetland Park. Designed by the team led by Prof Fung, the Hong Kong Wetland Park has received 14 local and international awards on architecture and landscape design.
About the Speaker
Prof Raymond Fung is a renowned Hong Kong architect and ink painter. He was an awardee of the Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Young Persons in 1990 and Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Designers in 2011. He has also won five Hong Kong Institute of Architects Annual Awards and 50 major awards in visual arts, architecture and interior design. He is now an Adjunct Professor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, a member of the Development Committee of West Kowloon Cultural District, an LCSD Museum Expert Adviser, a member of the Urban Design Expert Panel and a Board Member of the Hong Kong Architecture Centre.
Further details: http://lbcone.ust.hk/booktalk/?p=127
For enquiries, please contact Alice Ho
HKUST Library and Center for the Arts
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