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The 4th International ARCHITECTURE Conference with AWARDs - S.ARCH, 7-9 June 2017, HONG KONG
CONFERENCE - THE WAY IT’S MEANT TO BE!
Faculty of Architecture and CIB Student Chapter,
The University of Hong Kong
Senior Design Director
Ian has been practicing architecture globally for 26 years spanning through Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific. During the last decade, Ian has led competition winning design teams at prestige firms such as KPF and RMJM, and is presently Senior Design Director for Atkins Architecture in Hong Kong.
Ian has been responsible for the design of various high-rise towers in Shanghai, London, Chongqing, Amsterdam, Ho Chi inch City and Changsha, ranging in height from 200m to 500m. These include Loncin Centre in Chongqing, World Trade Centre Amsterdam, Saadiyat Landbridge Abu Dhabi and Vincom Landmark 81 Tower in Vietnam.
Ian has spoken on many occasions on the topic of tall buildings, including high profile conferences in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
Nick Cordingley is Design Partner at 10 DESIGN. He has over 18 years of international architectural experience and has led the design and delivery of a diverse array of works throughout Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. His expertise spans across a wide range of sectors including commercial, hospitality, residential, and education as well as mixed-use developments and large scale masterplans.
Amongst his many built projects, most notably is the multi-award winning Wuhan Greatwall Complex – a world class office development in China, which is currently pre-certified for LEED Platinum. One of the signature green attributes of the project is the application of a three layer hollow laminated LOW – E glass for the curtain wall.
Currently in China, Nick has been working closely with China Resources to design a completely new retail typology in China for the Shenzhen Gourmet-Food World. Also he has been working in tandem with Hong Kong Jockey Club to develop a complex structure in Hong Kong. In addition, two of Nick’s high rise mixed use projects have recently been broken ground in China. They are the International Commerce Centre in Jinwan and 9 Dragon Bay Development in Weihai.
In the Middle East, a number of Nick’s projects are under construction with anticipated construction completion between 2017 - 2018. These are Bluewaters Residential Development where Dubai-I, the world’s largest Ferris Wheel will be located; Le Meridien Hotel in Doha; Cirque du Soleil Theatre in the Middle East; and Huawei Headquarters in Dubai Internet City.
In Europe, Nick led the design of numerous education campuses. Most notably are the 30,000sqm Office and Laboratory Building - Cambridge Biomedical Campus and the implementation of 30,000sqm of academic buildings for the University of Hertfordshire.
Nick is a member of the RIBA and ARB (UK).
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