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  • Unit 5A, 3/F, Cheung Wah Building10 Shipyard Lane, Quarry Bay,Hong Kong
    Hong Kong,
    Chris Cho


  • Chris Cho

Firm Description

TheeAe is abbreviation of the evolved architectural eclectic. Its name is an idea and dedication to create unique architecture. Hence, our goal has been always the idea to bring newness that will always give a joy to people.

The definition of beauty is to bring a memory and something embedded into humans’ conscience that carries ones’ experience. Form of beauty is always relative terms. However, we still see the beauty as somehow universal terms to say it is good. The common ground of this beauty is from nature. Our conscience is happy with things that make us feel comfortable. The beauty we see is related to our experience.

As we pursue the idea that the uniqueness is an interpretation of nature through the existing context,
the cityscape and the culture are the main part of the design elements so that the functional needs of architecture are to be realized into the same categories. Our effort is to make a form to reinforce the memory of the past and the current culture into the city. The perception and recognition from the experience will relate the beauty of the new architecture we will provide. That is our effort to bring to the society.

With the passion in architectural design, our service will continue to include design ideas for small scales projects, such as news stand, single house, office and residential space to bigger ones, high-rise towers, hotel, museum, library, mixed use development, shopping malls, airport, urban design etc.


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