A render of Courtyard Residence, by Ronald Lu and Partners, in Ho Man Tin. With Hong Kong’s abundant greenery so woefully absent from many of the city’s urban developments, architect Bryant Lu is working to integrate nature into living spaces.
A render of Courtyard Residence, by Ronald Lu and Partners, in Ho Man Tin. With Hong Kong’s abundant greenery so woefully absent from many of the city’s urban developments, architect Bryant Lu is working to integrate nature into living spaces.

‘People want more greenery and indoor-outdoor living’: architect brings nature into apartment block in Hong Kong

  • With Courtyard Residence in Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong architect Bryant Lu is championing ‘human-centric design’ that affords access to greenery and fresh air
  • Through Ronald Lu & Partners, the architecture firm founded by his father, he continues to push sustainability by underscoring the cost benefits of going green

A render of Courtyard Residence, by Ronald Lu and Partners, in Ho Man Tin. With Hong Kong’s abundant greenery so woefully absent from many of the city’s urban developments, architect Bryant Lu is working to integrate nature into living spaces.
A render of Courtyard Residence, by Ronald Lu and Partners, in Ho Man Tin. With Hong Kong’s abundant greenery so woefully absent from many of the city’s urban developments, architect Bryant Lu is working to integrate nature into living spaces.
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