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Ronald Lu & Partners
Camron PR is pleased to announce that we now represent Ronald Lu & Partners (RLP), the award-winning architecture practice focused on human-centric, future-ready design.

Founded in Hong Kong in 1976, RLP is known throughout Asia as being a trailblazer in sustainable architecture. For more than 45 years, the practice has had deep roots in China and an international perspective which has allowed them to build a global portfolio spanning green architecture, master planning, transit-oriented development, and interior design. Working in partnership with many of the world’s leading developers, government bodies and institutions, RLP bring the values of their clients to life in high-density urban environments to “Design Better Life” for the people and communities that use these spaces.

Key projects include Integral, a sustainable, state-of-the-art spinning and garment manufacturing plant in Guilin; Tencent, the tech giant’s headquarters in Shanghai; Zero Carbon Park, the first energy-positive architecture in subtropical Hong Kong; TODTOWN, the first real transit oriented development (TOD) in Shanghai; The Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong, a World Green Building Council-recognised, community-centric campus.

In 2021, RLP will continue to demonstrate their expertise in green architecture and TOD as they have won the bidding for developing a “micro-city” in the Chiwan bay area, Shenzhen, and a couple of large-scale comprehensive developments in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area in China.

Recent awards the practice has received include the American Institute of Architects Hong Kong Architecture Firm Award; WorldGBC Asia Pacific Leadership in Green Building Awards; the American Institute of Architects International Region Awards; MIPIM Asia Awards; among many others.

Contact: Jessica