An urban oasis
Hong Kong’s first zero carbon building designed for the city’s specific climate challenges.
Raising environmental awareness by encouraging people to see the inner workings of the sewage treatment process.
Shaping a heritage site as an eco-cultural park encapsulating ecological, cultural and natural resources
Relieving flood risk
An 'underground dragon' that safeguards the public and relieves flood risk in a low-lying urban area.
A rising symbol of Western China
A super scale development comprising eight towers gently arcing forward, like a ship in full sail
An iconic gateway
A unique terminal building with a ‘ribbon’ steel structure
Jewel of Beijing's skyline
Beijing's tallest building inspired by traditional Chinese ritual vessel 'zun'
Arup has over 30 years’ presence in Greater China, providing a full spectrum of design, engineering, planning and consulting services. We have worked on many of the region’s most iconic structures, including the Bird’s Nest and Water Cube in Beijing, Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong and Taipei Performing Arts Centre in Taipei. We are involved in cross-boundary facilities that are helping to forge closer ties in the territory, including Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge and Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link.
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Pro-bono work delivers real benefits for Hong Kong patients
CCTV boasts a highly unusual 'three-dimensional cranked loop' shape.
The third time for Arup to clinch the top accolade
The Hong Kong West Drainage Tunnel project has won an innovation and creativity award at the 2013 Hong Kong Awards for Industries.
Creating a safe lifeline to education and agriculture for over 3,000 villagers in rural China
A living showcase of the Hakka heritage
Two underpasses linking Dongguan's tallest building with the major roads to improve traffic flow
Lighting design for a 1200-seat concert hall with latest acoustic engineering
Target to receive the BEAM Plus Gold Rating from the Hong Kong Green Building Council
Facilitate transportation and foster cross-boundary travel
A vibrant community that is visually attractive, commercially viable and environmentally sensitive
Integrated pedestrian and vehicular simulation for Hong Kong's busy CBD
The largest urban redevelopment project in China
Over 100 guests from different industries join the event. The journey of rediscovery was kicked off by Michael Wolf, the German photographer well-known for his work on the city’s architectural structure, who revealed his personal story and philosophy of photojournalism, and his inspiration in exploring the density of city life.
Our winning project is the Post Shanghai Expo Urban Best Practices Area (UBPA) - Low Carbon Redevelopment Implementation Plan, which was also awarded the ISOCARP Award for Excellence last month.
The project was ranked as the best project among over 70 entries from around the world, in recognition of "exceptionally innovative urban and regional planning initiatives".
The drainage tunnel is the biggest flood prevention project ever implemented in the city, with a 11km-long main tunnel extending from Tai Hang to Cyberport, 8km of adits and 34 intakes to intercept upland flows from existing streams and drainage system at Mid-Levels. Alleviating the flood risk of the low-lying central business areas, it intercepts stormwater runoff from an upper catchment area and discharges it directly into the sea.
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