Tony Ip is a community-centric, sustainable design architect and urban designer based in Hong Kong. As a green building expert with qualifications of AP(Architect), HKIA, HKIUD, PIA, BEAM Pro(NB, EB, BI & ND), BREEAM AP, LEED AP BD+C & ND and WELL AP, Tony has demonstrated a flair for multi-disciplinary practices and academic studies in the building profession. He received his BEng, MSc (Eng), M. Arch & M. Urban Design from HKU, BBE (Arch) from QUT and MSt IDBE from University of Cambridge.
Tony is a green building design expert, HKGBC Green Building Faculty, Vice Chairman of BSL Materials Aspects Expert Panel and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Department of Architecture, HKU. He also serves the Antiquities Advisory Board, the Environmental Campaign Committee and the Support Group on Long-term Decarbonization for Council for Sustainable Development of HKSAR. Serving community on a voluntary basis, Tony acts as Chairman of Hong Kong Architecture Centre, Director of YMCA of Hong Kong and School Manager of YMCA of Hong Kong Christian College.
Tony participated in lots of architectural designs such as renovation works at ZCB, Construction Industry Council, HK; renovation works at BEC Jockey Club Environmental Building, Business Environment Council, HK and fitting-out works for Chen Yidan Foundation Office at 8 Wyndham Street, Central, HK (WELL Interiors V.2 –Target GOLD).
His design and research were exhibited and presented in Venice, London, Copenhagen, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Tokyo, Taiwan, Hong Kong and mainland China. He founded Tony Ip Green Architects Ltd “TiP” (www.tonyip.green) with a vision of advocating the paradigm shift to green architecture and biophilic urban-scape at the tipping of climate change.
His passion and contributions to green architecture and creative industry were highly recognized by receiving HKIA Young Architect Award 2010, EcoStar Award 2014, Ten Outstanding Young Persons Award 2016 and Australia China Alumni Award for Arts & Creative Industry 2018.
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