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Design Better Life for Senior Citizens: RLP Shared about Long-Term Senior Care Housing Strategy at the HKCSS Convention 2017 cum 70th Anniversary

01 November 2017

Design Better Life for Senior Citizens: RLP Shared about Long-Term Senior Care Housing Strategy at the HKCSS Convention 2017 cum 70th Anniversary

01 November 2017

[1 November 2017] RLP’s Director, Patrick Chui was invited by HKCSS to share about design solutions for facilitating different levels of care needs in senior housing in the Convention themed as “Innovation for Better Society”. The demand for elderly facilities from an ageing population like Hong Kong is increasing. Patrick talked about the ageing trend in China and Hong Kong, senior care in different countries and design geared to the needs of young seniors. He also referenced two RLP projects namely Harmony Place and the Tanner Hill as the latest senior housing examples for cross-generation living and ageing-in-place.

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Five RLP Sustainable Designed Projects Selected for Hong Kong Report on the State of Sustainable Built Environment 2017

01 September 2017

[Hong Kong Report on the State of Sustainable Built Environment 2017] Published by Construction Industry Council and HKGBC, the Hong Kong Report covers a selection of projects and case studies which showcase how Hong Kong is making great strides in its holistic approach to creating a sustainable built environment. The five RLP projects including Ko Shan Theatre New Wing, Tiu Keng Leng Sports Centre and Tiu Keng Leng Public Library, The Tanner Hill, URA Kai Tak Development on 3 Muk Chui Street and SK Yee Healthy Life Centre are featured particularly on their sustainable design and positive impact on environment and community.

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Five RLP Sustainable Designed Projects Selected for Hong Kong Report on the State of Sustainable Built Environment 2017

[Hong Kong Report on the State of Sustainable Built Environment 2017] Published by Construction Industry Council and HKGBC, the Hong Kong Report covers a selection of projects and case studies which showcase how Hong Kong is making great strides in its holistic approach to creating a sustainable built environment. The five RLP projects including Ko Shan Theatre New Wing, Tiu Keng Leng Sports Centre and Tiu Keng Leng Public Library, The Tanner Hill, URA Kai Tak Development on 3 Muk Chui Street and SK Yee Healthy Life Centre are featured particularly on their sustainable design and positive impact on environment and community.

01 September 2017

In the Spotlight of Construction+: Interview with Dr. Ronald Lu

31 August 2017

[Construction+, Issue 6] Dr. Ronald Lu shared the journey of himself and RLP from working on small-scale projects to designing landmark buildings, and the importance of architects and the firm making commitment to the people-oriented design concept - “design better life”. He not only talked about the challenges facing architects, the construction industry and even Hong Kong nowadays, he also shared the possible urban solutions for our city.

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In the Spotlight of Construction+: Interview with Dr. Ronald Lu

[Construction+, Issue 6] Dr. Ronald Lu shared the journey of himself and RLP from working on small-scale projects to designing landmark buildings, and the importance of architects and the firm making commitment to the people-oriented design concept - “design better life”. He not only talked about the challenges facing architects, the construction industry and even Hong Kong nowadays, he also shared the possible urban solutions for our city.

31 August 2017

RLP-designed Project “Chinese International School New Extension” and Article Titled “Design Valuing Human Capital” Published on Construction+

20 July 2017

[Construction+, Issue 5] published a RLP-designed project, “Chinese International School New Extension”, which unveiled its core design concept of creating transparent event spaces for enhancing the generation and facilitating of spontaneous and collaborative learning. This issue also covered an article about Design Valuing Human Capital written by RLP Director of Sustainable Design, Mr. MK Leung. It addressed how sustainable building design can make positive impact on culture and values, leadership development, physical and mental health, and well-being of occupants.

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RLP-designed Project “Chinese International School New Extension” and Article Titled “Design Valuing Human Capital” Published on Construction+

[Construction+, Issue 5] published a RLP-designed project, “Chinese International School New Extension”, which unveiled its core design concept of creating transparent event spaces for enhancing the generation and facilitating of spontaneous and collaborative learning. This issue also covered an article about Design Valuing Human Capital written by RLP Director of Sustainable Design, Mr. MK Leung. It addressed how sustainable building design can make positive impact on culture and values, leadership development, physical and mental health, and well-being of occupants.

20 July 2017

RLP at WSBE17 - Day 3

07 June 2017

RLP’s Vice Chairman, Bryant Lu delivered his second speech on the last day of The World Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2017 Hong Kong, talking about repositioning of modern mega-towers. Our director, Peter Yam also gave a speech about environmental, social and cultural sustainability in building design. Our Deputy Director of Sustainable Design, Tony Ip, further contributed the conference by being a juror of the Green Ambassador Pitch.

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RLP at WSBE17 - Day 3

RLP’s Vice Chairman, Bryant Lu delivered his second speech on the last day of The World Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2017 Hong Kong, talking about repositioning of modern mega-towers. Our director, Peter Yam also gave a speech about environmental, social and cultural sustainability in building design. Our Deputy Director of Sustainable Design, Tony Ip, further contributed the conference by being a juror of the Green Ambassador Pitch.

07 June 2017