We Made That is only UK architect shortlisted in HK comp

Proposals for the transformation of De Voeux Road on Hong Kong Island by an unnamed practice, not necessarily a shortlisted team.

Joint bid with Hassell set for full work-up

London practice We Made That has been shortlisted in an ideas competition to reimagine a street in Hong Kong’s main business district as a more pedestrian-friendly environment.

The small practice is the only purely British architect on the shortlist, though Dutch-headquartered Maccreanor Lavington spin-off MLA+ is also a finalist.

We Made That’s proposal, drawn up in conjunction with Australian practice Hassell, is one of five entries selected for the transformation of De Voeux Road on Hong Kong Island, which hosts some of the territory’s most famous buildings – including Norman Foster’s HSBC Building.

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