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What we do / Architecture / Mixed use / Xihongmen Mixed-use Development, Da Xing District
24 June 2016
Quality design receives Quality Building Award

Aedas’ project Center 66 in Wuxi, China, received Merit Award in the Building Outside Hong Kong (Non-Residential) category at Quality Building Award 2016.

Center 66, designed by Aedas’ Executive Directors Christine Lam and David Clayton, is a mixed-use development consisting of two office towers and the city’s largest shopping mall. The three striking glass atria enclosing the mall evolve as the ideal response to the site’s circulation patterns, distribution of natural light, and arrangement of volumes. The project also preserved two historic theatre stages and a hall dating from the Ming dynasty at the heart of the site and integrated them into a large public plaza.

Quality is one of our five brand values. Quality permeates every activity and decision we take, from the people we employ, the projects we pursue to the mechanics of a door handle and the finishing of a light fitting. We apply the highest standards to everything that we are involved with.

The Quality Building Award, co-organised by 9 professional real estate-related bodies in Hong Kong including the Hong Kong Institute of Architects, is a biennial award giving public recognition to buildings of outstanding quality that demonstrate excellent teamwork. The provision of quality buildings is an essential ingredient of a prosperous and modern society and the Quality Building Award aims to promote a collective commitment by the building industry to maintain the highest standards of professionalism and competitiveness.