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Arnold Wong Yok-fai & Keith Chan Chun-yu & Stephen Ip Hay-fung


Arnold Wong received his MArch and BA(ArchStud) from the University of Hong Kong with Distinction and 1st Class Honours respectively. Afterward, he has worked in different international architectural firms, including UNStudio, SANAA and Aedas. His works have received several awards including Hong Kong Young Architects & Designers Competition (Highlighted Entries - 2017), UABB (2015) and Hong Kong Young Design Talent Award sponsored by HKSAR CreateSmart Initiative (2014).
Keith Chan graduated from the University of Hong Kong (with 1st Class Honours) and Bartlett School of Architecture in London. Throughout his 10+ years of experience in architectural design, he and his projects have received multiple awards, including the British Chevening Scholarship, AIA Scholastic Award, International Design Awards, and MIPIM AR awards, etc.
Stephen Ip graduated from the University of Hong Kong with Distinction in Master of Architecture. While working as an architect, he also actively engages in competitions and community services to explore the synergistic interaction between architecture, community and environment. He has been the co-chairman of the Young Members Committee of the HKIA and has organized numerous activities for young architects to reach out to the community, promoting architecture as a tool of intervention in Hong Kong.


Glass-Recycling Tower

  • 19 Dec 2019 - 15 Mar 2020

  • 10:00 - 22:00


Glass recycling has not been very successful in Hong Kong throughout the years – only 10% of all waste glass bottles being recycled, with the rest (over 200 tonnes) being sent to landfills every day.  There are not enough people recycling their glass bottles, and so the glass recycling industry suffers from lack of raw materials, which subsequently leads to very limited usage of recycled glass in Hong Kong (used for pavements bricks only).

We hope to “make noise”, literally, by engaging the public in the first step of glass recycling, i.e. crushing the glass bottles into smaller pieces to raise their awareness in the recycling process.  Visitors can insert their own bottles and crush them with our “machine”  that has a simple mechanism and makes loud  sound. The fragments were collected in the tray and removed periodically for the glass recycler.  We hope it will make an impact on participants and they will change their way of recycling glass bottles in daily lives.