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Farrells Speak at The Opening Symposium of HKIA’s Roving Architecture Exhibition in Nanjing
Farrells is delighted to be part of HKIA’s Roving Architecture Exhibition themed “Harmony in Diversity – Connecting the Metropolis by In-Betweens”. Cedric Tang, Director of Farrells, was invited to attend the opening symposium in Nanjing in October and delivered a presentation titled Shaping Hong Kong: Differences and Inclusion. As an international architecture practice deeply involved in Hong Kong’s built urban environment for over three decades, Farrells has a unique understanding of Hong Kong’s architecture and urban landscape. The role of architects and urban designers gives us a unique in-between perspective to interpret and construct our designs that respect, balance and develop those differences towards an inclusive and future-oriented city.
Organised by The Hong Kong Institute of Architects Biennale Foundation (“HKIABF”), the series event aims to celebrate dialogue amongst architects and professionals to explore themes such as cultural traditions, cultural diversity, social and architectural context, mutual respect, etc. The HKIA Roving Architecture Exhibition was showcased in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (July 2023) and Nanjing, China (October 2023) respectively, with a response exhibition in Hong Kong scheduled next year.
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