Tung Lin Kok Yuen: Between Operation and Restoration
|Tung Lin Kok Yuen: Between Operation and Restoration
|11 February 2023 (Saturday)
|10:00am – 11:30am
Fanny Ang & Daniel Ma
|Tung Lin Kok Yuen, 5 Shan Kwong Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
(Assembly point: Entrance of Tung Lin Kok Yuen
Please arrive 10 mins prior to the event for registration)
|1.5 CPD hours
|English (supplemented by Cantonese)
|HK$ 90 for HKICON Members, and HK$ 120 for non-HKICON Members;
Limited to 20 participants; Free admission for HKICON Student Members; Registrations to open for non-members after on February 5
About the Site Visit
The tour will cover areas of significance for Tung Lin Kok Yuen in which participants can experience the unique Buddhist land in its eclectic ambience, as well as visiting a series of selected areas currently undergoing its Phase 1 Restoration and Upgrade works for participants to understand the technical considerations and principles behind (e.g. Chinese glazed roof, Dou-gong features, timber windows, etc.)
About the Speakers
|HKIA, RA(HK), AP (Architect), HKICON
|Director of Urban Renewal Fund, Director of Hong Kong Architecture Centre,
Former Chairman of Heritage & Conservation Committee, HKIA, Former Vice-President of HKICON
Fanny Ang is a conservation architect and the founding director of ANG Studio Ltd., with over 10 years’ experience in architectural conservation in Hong Kong. Past conservation projects include the award-winning Restoration of Duddell Street (HKIA Special Architectural Award 2019/20 – Heritage and Adaptive Reuse and Architectural Research and HKICON Conservation Awards 2020 – Special Mention (Restoration Category) ), Revitalization of Blue House Cluster in Wan Chai (HKIA Medal of the Year of Hong Kong and Special Architectural Award 2017/18 – Heritage and Adaptive Reuse and UNESCO Asia-Pacific Conservation Award, Award of Excellence 2017), and the Conversion of the Old Supreme Court into the Court of Final Appeal (HKIA Medal of the Year of Hong Kong and Special Architectural Award 2015 – Heritage and Adaptive Reuse).
She has involved in Tung Lin Kok Yuen Restoration and Upgrade project since 2015 as the architectural and heritage consultant. The current construction is the first phase of a long journey of the full restoration and upgrade of the Declared Monument.
Daniel Ma has been participating on conservation projects since 2004 and became a professional member of HKICON in 2009. He has been working as a Conservation Project Manager on the specialist contractor side since 2013, and managed quite a few of conservation projects including the Blue House Cluster in Wan Chai. He joined Tung Lin Kok Yuen in 2016 and worked as the Project Manager in supervising the Conservation and Maintenance projects of the premises of TLKY until now.
He was elected as the President of Hong Kong Historic Building Conservation Association in 2017 and stepped down in 2022.