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Rocco Design Architects Limited

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Chu Hai College Campus / Rocco Design Architects

20:00 - 11 October, 2017
Chu Hai College Campus / Rocco Design Architects, Courtesy of Rocco Design Architects Limited
Courtesy of Rocco Design Architects Limited

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  • Architects

  • Location

    80 Castle Peak Road, Castle Peak Bay, Tuen Mun, N.T., Hong Kong
  • Lead Architect

    Rocco Yim
  • Project Team

    Rocco Yim, CM Chan, William Tam, Henry Ho, Stephen Chan, Hoi-Wai Sze, William Lee, Li Qingyue, Agnus Lau, Alan Chiang, Nicholas Ho
  • Area

    26500.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

Rocco Designs New Campus for Chu Hai College of Higher Education

01:00 - 28 June, 2014
Rocco Designs New Campus for Chu Hai College of Higher Education, Courtesy of Rocco Design Architects Limited
Courtesy of Rocco Design Architects Limited

Modeled after its dense urban surroundings, Chu Hai College of Higher Education’s new campus in Hong Kong meets a complex program while giving students a fantastic view of the ocean. Designed by Rocco Design Architects Limited, the building's geometry stacks different programmatic uses on top of each other and connects them with a vertical boulevard. The result is a sculptural entity, partially inspired by Chinese calligraphy, that seeks a balance between solid and void.