Stephanie Wang has been appointed Principal, Urban and Landscape design, of HBO+EMTB’s Hong Kong studio.
September 8th, 2014
Stephanie Wang joins HBO+EMTB Hong Kong with over 12 years of project experience in urban and landscape design in the Asia Pacific region, including China, Vietnam, the Middle East and Australia, where she worked in the Sydney Urban and Landscape design studio of HBO+EMTB.
“Stephanie is a dynamic and passionate designer with a drive to achieve excellent and innovative designs that reflect site context, landscape, art and urbanism.
“Her design expertise include master planning, public domain, mix-use developments, business parks, hotels, residential developments and infrastructure design,” says Kevin Fitzgerald, Managing Director of HBO+EMTB.
He adds, “Stephanie believes in creating unique and memorable spaces that are part of a solution to enhance our sustainable environment. This becomes apparent when we look at her landscape designs for the St Regis Hotel in Wanchai, Hong Kong and Caesar’s golf landscape design development in Macau, China.”
Stephanie has participated in and led several award-winning projects in Australia and Asia, including the Central Wanchai Bypass and Island East Corridor Link D&C in Hong Kong. In 2013, she won Landscape Interior Design Tender, PRC, for her work on Shenzhen Airport T3.
She rejoins HBO+EMTB from Hassell where she was an Associate in Shenzhen. Prior to that she worked as an Associate for Aedas Urban and Landscape Ltd in Hong Kong.
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