Dennis Lau & Ng Chun Man: selected and current works

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Images, Jun 1, 2002 - Architecture - 224 pages
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Dennis Lau and NG Chun Man Architects and Engineers' (DLN's) architecture is characterized by its diversity in design language. There is no pre-determined or standardized architectural style stamped upon its work. DLN upholds a firm belief that architecture should be more than just building design. Each project is recognized as having a constructive urban role in the environment and urban fabric of the city as a whole. The positive engagement of buildings with their contexts is considered more important than the creation of stylized or fashionable forms that sacrifice urban priorities for aesthetic goals. DLN buildings are an integral part of city life and contribute a sense of humanity and a better living environment for the occupants, the neighbors and passers-by. In a congested city like Hong Kong, this is an invaluable asset. Buildings featured include: The Golden Centre Star TV Broadcasting Centre Festival Walk The Harbour Front

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Preface by Dennis Lau Wingkwong
Introduction by Georges Binder
Selected Current Works 13 Office Buildings and Retail Complexes

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