Student Center, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Wang Weijen Architecture started in San Francisco 1990, established in Hong Kong and Taipei 1994, as well as Zhejiang China in 2017. Addressing design excellence through integrating courtyard typology with nature and landscape, society and human condition, their design projects have won AIA Honor and Merit Design Awards, HKIA Design Award, Japan Good Design Award, Far Eastern Architectural Award, China Architectural Media Award, WA Architectural Award, as well as Merit Award from Green Building Council. Their design projects located in urban-rural China, Kong Kong and Taiwan, covers school, library and campus; institution and exhibition; hostel and housing; as well as community and conservation projects. Their design works have been published extensively, and exhibited in Taipei Museum of Modern Art, Architecture Biennale in Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, as well as Venice Architecture Biennale in 2008 and 2016. Their Design Monographs Urban Courtyardism: Special issue of Wang Weijen Architecture, have been published in UED 056, AW 158, and Taiwan Architecture 185.