Oral History Project
This project is an effort to document, through oral histories, the work of leading practitioners of architecture in Hong Kong with the ultimate aim of enriching knowledge and understanding of the discipline and how it has shaped the city’s built environment. The oral histories will form an invaluable tool for future researchers while also potentially providing materials for public use. The project will commence with interviews of 6 Hong Kong architects whose work was of particular significance in the post-World War II period. It is hoped that the field of interviewees can expand in the future to other generations of architects and related practitioners.