From 1901 to 1910, under the reign of Edward VII, Hong Kong enjoyed a rich mix of architectural styles, it ranged from utilitarian dockyard, warehouse to office buildings and private residence. This development was matched with innovative steel and concrete construction technology. Do not miss this Archi-Talk and Walk if you wish to know more about the bygone Hong Kong.
Date: 2 December, 2017 (Saturday)
Speaker: Architect Kevin LI – HKAC Board of Director
Time: 10a.m. – 12p.m.
Venue: Premises of Hong Kong Institute of Architects (19/F, One Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay, HK)
Cost: HK$50 (HKAC/HKIA Members) / HK$100 (Non-Member) / Free for Student Members with limited quota