Deborah is an internationally recognised designer with over fifteen years’ experience specialising in inter and trans-disciplinary urban design, master planning, architecture, landscape architecture, interpretation and furniture design. Her works are noted for its connectivity, tactility and a humble respect to the diversity of the human condition.
Deborah is currently Head of the Greening, Landscape, and Tree Management Section in the Development Bureau of the HKSAR. She is exploring a range of policy opportunities to augment a more liveable city through Place-based landscapes. She is participating in this event in her private capacity.
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Bowen Room, Level 7, Conrad Hong Kong
Rising home prices and the birth of the sharing economy are changing the way we design and use urban homes in fundamental ways.