NEWS: Design & Health 11th World Congress & Exhibition - Designing for Children and Future Generation



Our Director, Mr. Joel Chan, used the example of Caritas Lok Kan School to demonstrate an user-oriented approach in architectural design.  The project is aimed to deliver a quality purpose-built facility comprising of medical, learning and boarding functions for the severely mentally handicapped children in Hong Kong and teach them to cope with the daily routine tasks.   


NEWS: Design & Health 11th World Congress & Exhibition - Challenges in Design for Tall Hospitals in Hong Kong and Salutogenic Outcome



Our Director, Ms. Vivien Mak, shared her experiences on running the challenging hospital projects in Hong Kong. She is currently involving in Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital, St. Paul's Hospital and the award-winning project of Tsuen Wan Adventist Hospital. These projects have captured the opportunities to create an efficient, user friendly and humane hospital.


NEWS: Design & Health 11th World Congress & Exhibition


P&T joined the congress in mid July with over 200 guests worldwide. Our Director Mr. Remo Riva gave a showcase presentation about P&T History and Vision, at the same time, he was the chair of Session 3 "Space Design in a Densely Built Environmental and Healthcare Design".  We also had a booth exhibited in the Congress to showcase our recent award-winning projects and healthcare projects.  All guests enjoyed the fruitful 4-day event. 


NEWS: HKIUD Place-making Sharing Session at P&T


Welcome all the guests from The Hong Kong Institute of Urban Design to join the sharing session with the theme "Place-Making" at P&T. Our Associate Director, Stefan Pfeffer, uses the projects of "ASEAN City @ Hanoi" and "Yitian Tiendi @ China" to show the idea and concept of making a better place.




NEWS: Design & Health 11th World Congress & Exhibition


P&T is participating in the Design & Health 11th World Congress & Exhibition from 15 -19 July 2015 at Kowloon East Crowne Plaza Hotel Hong Kong. The congress will provide a highly visible global forum for an ongoing exchange of research findings among scientists, designers and industry.


Please visit http://www.designandhealth.com for more details.