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AD+RG Architecture Design and Research Group Ltd.

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AD+RG Architecture Design and Research Group Ltd. provides highly unique expertise in innovative institutional building designs, including profound experience in the execution of educational building projects, ranging from schools, youth centres, community colleges, universities to science park, and also elderly care facilities and housing, and a leading edge in research on community architecture design, facility programming, environmental architecture and participatory process application in design. The Principals have extensive experience in the last twenty years in designing and executing numerous award-winning projects in Hong Kong, Mainland and South-east Asia .Committed to excellence in architecture and the ideal of a high-quality sustainable environment for the community from children to elderlies, AD+RG's aim is to establish 'Tomorrow's Environment Today' - embarking a new paradigm of integrating the community into their environment decision processes.

Design Experience
11 to 20 years
Company Employee
Over 30
Design Nature
  • Architectural / Spatial Design
Client Profile
  • China Assignments
  • Education
  • Information Technology & Telecom
  • Interior Design & Construction
  • Manufacturing
  • Others
  • Property
  • Public Sector
  • Social Services

2015 "HKIA Cross-Strait Architectural Design Awards Merit Award for Hotel Category", Hong Kong Institute of Architects; 2014 "Gold Awards for National Classic Habitation on Planning and Architectural Design", Architectural Society of China; 2013 "HKIA Annual Awards – Special Mention: Special Architectural Award (Heritage and adaptive Reuse)", Hong Kong Institute of Architects; 2013 "Focus China Architect Award", BCI Asia Awards, Hong Kong; 2013 "Architecture Outstanding Award", ASSC Shanghai; 2010 "FuturArc Prize - International Design Competition for Green Architecture- Citation Award"; 2010 "Merit Award of Green Building Award"; 2009-2011 "BCI Asia TOP TEN Architects", Hong Kong; 2009 "World Architecture News, Top Six Education Award"