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Presentation by David J. Neuman, FAIA, Founding Principal of Neu Campus Planning and Rick Lam, AIA, Co-Founder & Director of Architecture Commons (moderator)
David J. Neuman, FAIA will present the process to prepare a design brief to select architects for a heritage site. He will explain the criteria in sustainability, technical skill, team formation and idea concepts. He will present the submission they have received for Asia Society Hong Kong Center from Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, Sanaa LTD and Martinez Lapena-TorresArquitectos. He will explain how the process selected Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects as the final winner. Asia Society will explain how the building in the last 20 years lives up to its promise.
David J. Neuman, FAIA is the Founding Principal of Neu Campus Planning, a planning and programming consultancy, which utilizes a unique ‘360 degree’ perspective and collaborative approach developed from experiences as both an internal administrator and an external consultant.
He brings more than 40 years of managerial and design experience in higher education/campus planning. Formerly, he served as the Chief Planning Official and Architect for the University of Virginia; Associate Vice Provost for Planning and University Architect at Stanford University; Associate Vice Chancellor for Planning and Campus Architect at the University of California, Irvine; and Consulting Campus Architect for the University of California, Santa Barbara, the University of Nebraska System and the University of Hawai’i, West O’ahu. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects; is the recipient of the California Council AIA Corporate Architect Award; and has accepted major awards from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the California Governor’s Office. He has served on national and international design award juries; and successfully managed 20 design competitions.
Rick Lam, AIA is the co-founder and director of Architecture Commons. He received his bachelor degree from HKU and his graduate degree from Harvard. He has extensive work experience in Hong Kong, Tokyo, Boston, and New York on projects that span every scale. In the past several years in Hong Kong, Rick has been working with the government, non-profits, NGOs and the private sector tackling a mixture of deep rooted social issues, from alienated youth, elderly care, environment, to health and education – most notably the Former Fanling Magistracy Revitalization and the Taipo Youth Hostel that have both won awards from the American Institute of Architects. Rick is a recipient of the 40-under-40 Award, and also an assistant professor in Architecture in Chu Hai College of Hong Kong.
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