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Haw Par Mansion was built by Aw Boon Haw in 1936 for his family. Haw Par Mansion is one of the few surviving specimens of the Chinese Eclectic style architecture in Hong Kong, i.e. adopting Western architectural design approach in their concept and layout, along with decorations of traditional Chinese architectural features, and is an invaluable heritage site. The premise was accorded Grade 1 historic building status in 2009 and was approved to revitalise into a music training school namely Haw Par Music Farm in 2014. During the restoration process, the internal layout of the mansion was kept intact, while its external walls, doors, some of the windows and the main building’s interior decorations were restored to their former 1930s look, thus preserving its architectural authenticity and cultural significance.
This webinar is organised by the School of Professional Development in Construction (SPDC) of the Hong Kong Institute of Construction. The speaker will share with us his experience in this revitalisation project, as well as the challenges encountered, in particular the limited working space and uncertain project information on an existing structure, during the revitalisation process.
Speaker: Mr. MAN King-hang
Mr. Man is a Contract Manager of Wan Chung Construction Co., Ltd and a member of CIOB. He has over thirty years’ experience in the construction industry. With his outstanding project titled “Revitalization of Haw Par Mansion into Haw Par Music Farm”, Mr. Man won the Gold Award in Heritage Conservation Category of the CIOB (HK) Construction Manager of the Year Awards 2018.
Date: 15 September 2020 (Tuesday)
Time: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Language medium: Cantonese
Fee: Free of charge

Enquiry: 3199 7343

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