The Peak Hong Kong Architect, Building, Photos, Design, Date, Project, Picture, Info
The Peak Hong Kong – Information / Photographs
Hong Kong landmark – design by Terry Farrell & Partners, HK
Location: Victoria Peak
Design: Terry Farrell, Architects
Curious building shaped like a Wok on two legs, designed to look good on the skyline this is an early ‘icon building’. I felt that the place was a bit tacky and that the circulation was tight and confusing – and simply took in the magnificent view.
Peak Tower viewing platfrom + shopping, dining & entertainment centre
Contains Peak Lookout Restaurant.
The Peak Hong Kong design : Terry Farrell
Accessible by using the Peak Tram, a funicular ride through upper Hong Kong, taking you up to around 400m above sea level. Famously architect Zaha Hadid did one of her earliest building designs for The Peak architecture competition.
Terry Farrell Architects have had an office in Hong Kong for many years.
They have worked on the following buildings:
The British Consulate and British Council, 1992-96
Kowloon Station, 1992-98
Kowloon Ventilation Building, 1993-96
Pearl Iceland Masterplan, 2000-
The Peak Hong Kong Building Photos © adrian welch
The Peak Hong Kong architecture competition – winner: Zaha Hadid
To see all listed projects on a single map please follow this link.
Key Chinese Building by Terry Farrell Architects:
Beijing South Railway Station, China
photograph © Arup / Zhou Ruogu Architecture Photography
Beijing Railway Station
Hong Kong Architecture – Selection
Chep Lap Kok Airport, Lantau Island
Foster + Partners
photo : Dennis Gilbert/VIEW
Hong Kong Airport
Innovation Tower, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University – PolyU
Zaha Hadid Architects
image from architect
Hong Kong University Building
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