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International Conference on "Evolution and Rehabilitation of the Asian Shophouse"
The Development of Shophouses in Urban Morphology in Asian Cities
|Location:||Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre, Hong Kong SAR, China|
Dates: 10 - 12 May
Hong Kong's Antiquities and Monuments Office (AMO)Lord Wilson Heritage Trust
Supporting organization : The Hong Kong Institute of Architects
is a building typology that is both native and unique to urban Asia. It
is characterized by its hybridity in terms of accommodating diverse functions.
Shophouses can be found in most towns and cities in the region. Appropriated
by, and adjusted to individual urban cultures, they take various forms
and are flexible in their use.
Agenda is subject to change withour prior notice
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