The Expansion of Museum Project at Tsim Sha Tsui East and The Redevelopment of Kwai Chung Hospital both Won Autodesk Hong Kong BIM Awards 2023
Two projects Farrells has been collaborating on with the Architectural Services Department of Hong Kong SAR have both won the Autodesk Hong Kong BIM Awards 2023!
On July 20th, Farrells was honoured to attend the ZAK World of Facades 2023 event in Hong Kong.
We are thrilled to announce that the Kowloon East Regional Headquarters and Operational Base-cum-Ngau Tau Kok Divisional Police Station, designed by Farrells, has been honoured with the Grand Award for the HKIE's Excellent Building Award 2023!
M+ Museum of Visual Culture Showcased at the 2023 UIA Congress in Copenhagen, with a Spotlight on its Sustainable Features
The 2023 UIA World Congress of Architects took place from July 2-6, 2023 in Copenhagen, Denmark under the theme "Sustainable Architecture - Leave No One Behind."
Stefan Krummeck Delivered a Presentation on Instant City at the Shenzhen Planning Bureau’s Sharing Event
Stefan Krummeck, the Director and Design Principal of Farrells, was recently invited by the Planning and Natural Resources Bureau of Shenzhen Municipality to deliver a lecture titled "Instant City – Shaping Vertical Urbanism" on June 29th.
FARRELLS Dialogue: Modularity Redefined: Designing for Versatility and Architectural Resilience
Farrells-designed Xiamen Winland IFC has been recognised as the Winners of Best Mixed-use and Office Development at the International Property Awards 2023-2024.
Three Farrells’ projects made it to the final round in the 9th CREDAWARD, one of China’s leading awards honouring global design excellence in the real estate industry.
On April 22nd, 2023, the Farrell Centre was unveiled to the public in Newcastle.
Farrells and CM+ are pleased to announce that we have joined forces to provide innovative design solutions for transit and metro developments, aviation and the commercial sector.
Stefan Krummeck, Director of Farrells, has travelled to Dubai to deliver a speech on "Shaping Vertical Urbanism - Humanising Hyper-density Urban Spaces and Architecture" at the 11th Annual Vertical Cities event.
Hangzhou Winland Centre on PRC magazine, Archello, ArchDaily, e-architect, A as architecture, AECCafe and Gooood
Located on the banks of the Grand Canal, the mixed-use project consists of 2 iconic office towers, weaved together by a network of elevated link bridges and sunken courtyard, walkable retail streetscapes, plazas filled with cultural events and residential courtyards.