Cyberport + Le Meredian

Hong Kong, China

Project Information

Built atop reclaimed land on the shores of a metropolis, Cyberport is a major infrastructure project that was developed by a private IT/IS company working in a partnership with the local government. This partnership created a high-tech office campus to attract information technology business to the area.

The site is a 59 acre parcel of land, on which has been built a new “Silicon Valley” with 1,650,000 SF (153,290 SM) of offices, hotel, retail an intermodal center, and facilities for Cyberport. The project also includes 4,035,000 SF (374,864 SM) of residential space for a total development of 5,685,000 SF (528,154 SM). Cyberport was opened in phases over a period of four years, having begun in early 2002 and completing in December 2006. An extensive Public Transport Terminal at Cyberport includes facilities for operation of buses, green minibuses and taxis.

Award of Excellence in Architecture – American Institute of Architects, Miami Chapter
Design Award of Excellence – Society of American Registered Architects

Project Details

Academic, Cultural, Featured, Masterplanning, Mixed Use, Office, Sustainable
ArchitectureGeo - LandscapeInteriors
Area 1,076,400 SF / 100,000 m2

Photo Credit: © Courtesy Le Meridien Cyberport – Graham Uden © Dick and Aaron Chow of Pace Publications © Amral Imran for Arquitectonica © Eric Niemy for Arquitectonica © Hi-Shots (Hong Kong) Photography for Arquitectonica