Aedas Receives 8 Honors at the Asia Pacific Property Awards

Aedas Receives 8 Honors at the Asia Pacific Property Awards
Oasis mall - Courtesy of Aedas

Aedas recently won 8 prestigious awards at the Asia Pacific Property Awards presentation ceremony, which was held on April 28 in Kuala Lumpur. Center 66 from Hang Lung Properties, a mixed use development of 376,800 sqm straddling across two sites conjoined by a public plaza hosting a cluster of heritage buildings in Wuxi, PRC, won “5 Star Award, Best Mixed Use Architecture for China”, and subsequently won “Best Mixed Use Architecture Award for Asia Pacific”. More information on their awards after the break.

For the fluid design inspired by the scenic region’s fishing heritage, Oasis Mall in Sanya, PRC won “5 Star Award, Best Retail Architecture for China” and subsequently “Best Retail Architecture for Asia Pacific”. The iconic shopping and lifestyle destination with a low carbon environmental design responds to the natural setting of the scenic location, giving rise to a unique leisure experience.

Center 66 - Courtesy of Aedas

The two projects will later represent the Asia Pacific region to contend for the International Property Awards to be held in London in November this year.

18 Kowloon East - Courtesy of Aedas

Also winning a 5 Star Award is 18 Kowloon East, bagging “5 Star Award, Best Office Architecture for Hong Kong”. The other recognised projects include City University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen) Research Institute Building, Sanya Residential Development and Crowne Plaza Hotel in Huizhou.

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Cite: Alison Furuto. "Aedas Receives 8 Honors at the Asia Pacific Property Awards" 09 May 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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