RSHP and Aedas showcase Hong Kong arrival hub

The Passenger Clearance Building in Hong Kong, by RSHP and Aedas

Territory’s ‘architectural front door’ is built on 150ha artificial island

RSHP and Aedas have completed a major new immigration hub for Hong Kong that the practices describe as an “architectural front door” for the territory.

The Passenger Clearance Building is part of the boundary crossing facilities at the Hong Kong-Zuhai-Macao Bridge’s Hong Kong Port.

Built to the north-east of Hong Kong International Airport on a new 150ha artificial island, the Passenger Clearance Building gives access to subway lines, the SkyPier Ferry Terminal and road links to the 55km bridge.

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