DATE: 7:00PM, Monday, January 22, 2018
VENUE: LECTURE HALL 1/F, SHANGHAI STUDY CENTER, HKU
Lecture title: Landscape and Memory
Founding Partner and Principal Architect , FLY Concept
Lecturer, Department of Architecture, Xian Jiaotong Liverpool University
Architecture is defining spatial relationship between nature and human beings. It constructs our memory of context through natural forces ( light and shadow, wind and snow etc) and human activities. With rapid urbanisation in China, we are losing the sensitivity of nature and our collective memories, how architects may react? How architecture may response in urban landscape?
Philip graduated with Master of Architecture from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and he is the founding principal of FLY Concept based in Shenzhen / Hong Kong.
The practice won several design awards: 2012 and 2016 Merit Prize for the Spatial Design at Hong Kong Global Design Award ,2013 Finalist of Young Architects Award of China Media Architecture ,2016 <Perspective> magazine 40 under 40 Architects Award and 2017 Best design hotel and Best exhibition space design award from Guangzhou International Design Week.
Philip is currently lecturer at Department of Architecture, Xian Jiaotong Liverpool University. He previously taught as guest professor at Nanjing University, Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts, Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts and was Associate Professor of Cheung Kong School of Art and Design, Shantou University from 2008-2011 and Adjunct Assistant Professor at School of Architecture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong from 2010-2016.
The Department of Architecture,
The University of Hong Kong
HKU/Shanghai Study Centre
298 Bei Suzhou Lu (close to Sichuan Bei Lu)
Hongkou District, Shanghai
Metro Line 10 or 12, Tiantong Lu
地铁10 或12号线 天潼路站3号口