St. Stephen's College - Benevolence House And Heritage Tour

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St. Stephen's College - Benevolence House And Heritage Tour

Tour of The Benevolence House and a visit to the campus' historic buildings

By AIA Hong Kong Chapter

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, March 25 · 10:30am - 12:30pm HKT


St Stephen's College 22 Tung Tau Wan Road Stanley Bay, HKI Hong Kong

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About this event

Dear Members

Join us for an exclusive tour of Benevolence House, the award-winning teaching block at St. Stephen's College in Stanley. Designed by Philip Liao & Partners, Benevolence House won a 2022 AIA Hong Kong Merit Award in Architecture for its innovative design and sustainable features.

During the tour, Philip Liao will guide us through the master planning and overall design of the building, showcasing how it connects the upper and lower campuses of the College and blends the new with the old.

We will also learn about the building's many sustainable features, including a self-sufficient photovoltaic system, sun-shading fins, cross-ventilated and naturally lit spaces, and the use of sustainable building materials and furniture. And, we'll discover how these features benefit both the end-users and the environment.

The tour also includes a visit to the campus' historic buildings, where their history and conservation concerns will be displayed and discussed. This will be a unique opportunity for you to learn about the school's legacy and to see how it has evolved over time.

Don't miss this chance to see the future and the past come together in one amazing tour!

The Architect

“In all scales we place strong emphasis on not merely the object but also the space that we experience”

Philip Liao established Philip Liao and Partners, a dedicated, forward thinking, energetic and professional design studio in 2002. The firm brings together a wealth of international talent and experience in commercial, residential, institutional, hospitality and community projects. Philip received his architecture degree from Cornell University and has more than 30 years of experience in the field of architecture, planning and interior design, having practiced in North America, Europe and Asia.

He has been working with St. Stephen’s College and Preparatory School for more than a decade on additions to both campuses. He aims to create meaningful spaces by establishing an understanding of the context and by carrying on a dialogue with the end-users.

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