Ronald Lu & Partners

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Ronald Lu & Partners Announces 2015 Director Promotions

By Ronald Lu & Partners
Apr 21, '15 5:15 AM EST

Ronald Lu & Partners (RLP) is pleased to announce that Dicky Liu, Kay Choy, Lemuel Cheng and MK Leung have been promoted to Director. The promotions come as RLP continues to expand its architectural practice in Hong Kong, China and in new markets overseas.

Dicky Liu has more than 15 years of experience and specializes in design conception. He consistently introduces innovation and aesthetics to all project types – from institutional and commercial projects to mixed-use and residential developments. He has distinguished himself and the firm through several award-winning projects, including the low-rise townhouse development The Valais in Fanling and the conceptual design of the New Campus for the Technological and Higher Education Institute (THEi) of Hong Kong in Chai Wan, scheduled for completion in 2016.

Kay Choy has moved into the role of Deputy Head of Studio, with responsibility for leading her team on a wide variety of projects. Her 20 plus years of experience have seen her take the lead on a number of award-winning institutional projects including the King George V School redevelopment, the 2008 Olympic Equestrian venue and large-scale comprehensive developments like The Metropolis. She is currently working on a number of challenging institutional and commercial developments, as well as large-scale residential projects in Hong Kong.

Lemuel Cheng’s 15 years of experience are a crucial part of his long, distinguished and award-winning career at RLP. He has worked on several signature projects including the HKYWCA Sydney Leong Holiday Lodge in Lantau Island, the Clubhouse in the Valais and SK Yee Healthy Life Centre in Tuen Mun Hospital. He will continue to lead his team as they aspire to deliver designs of exceptional quality.

MK Leung, RLP’s Director of Sustainable Design and winner of the first Uniseal G-Architect Award from the Singapore Institute of Architects, has been active in both academic and professional circles for more than 20 years. He studied at the University of Cambridge and received a Master’s degree in Philosophy in Environmental Design in Architecture. He specializes in humane and ecologically-centric green architecture, sustainability master planning, green retrofit and zero/low carbon buildings. His work includes Hong Kong’s first Zero Carbon Building, Consultancy Study on Design and Construction Requirements for Energy Efficiency of Residential Buildings in Hong Kong, the latest Passive Design for BEAM Plus Upgrading and the Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong.