Hong Kong Science Park Phase 2

Pak Shek Kok, Hong Kong

Science Park Phase 2 development is designed to accommodate for applied research and development facilities. It contains eight high-tech buildings comprising two Energy Towers and six R&D office buildings (four of which are combined provisions for laboratory facilities) and is set in a park-like campus environment for the enjoyment of both tenants and public alike.

The overall site and individual buildings are served by an energy-saving district cooling system, creating a sustainable environment capitalising on a seafront location. Highly adaptable buildings with energy-efficient features are carefully placed in a landscaped setting to maximise sea views. The design encourages and sustains social interaction amongst park users and provides a much cherished public open space in urban Hong Kong. L&O’s services included master planning, architectural design, interior design and project leadership in the multi-disciplinary consultant team.

Our Services

Master planning, Authorised Person, Architectural design, Lead Consultant, Interior Design

Project Size

GFA: 105,000sqm

Date of Completion

2007

Client

Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks Corporation

Awards

2013 HKIA Cross-Strait Architectural Design Awards (Nominated Award)
2008 Quality Building Award (Merit Award - Sustainability)
2008 Quality Building Award (Merit Award - Non-Residential)
2008 HKIE & IStructE Joint Structural Division Special Award
2008 PGBC Green Building Award (New Construction) Finalist
2008 HKIA Annual Award (Commercial Building) Shortlisted Project (Laboratory Buildings)
2007 HKIA Annual Award (Commercial Building) Shortlisted Project
2007 MIPIM Asia Award (Green Building) Finalist