Cruise Terminal Building and Ancillary Facilities for the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal

  • Curved building facades with low-e double glazing in triangular shape

  • Hong Kong’s largest public roof park - 23,000 sqm

  • 42m structural span maximises flexibility to accommodate various usages

  • Drawing natural daylight into the building


The building is designed to accommodate the world’s largest cruise vessels.  Facilities are on a par with the best of international facilities, consolidating Hong Kong’s position as a premier cruise hub in the region.
The connecting green landscaped features and its 42-metre wide span column-free layout are some of its distinct features.

Green Features

Four atria and six large skylights draw natural light to the building

The roof landscape decks minimise the heat island effect

Solar panels and photovoltaic panels in use

The main chilled water circulation system utilises Kai Tak District Cooling System (DCS)

Rainwater and A/C condensate water recycled for irrigation in use

Precast production enables less temporary work and wastage

Curved building facades with low-e double glazing in triangular shape

42m structural span accommodates various multifunction usages 


New Buildings V1.1
Final Platinum

  • Total Score: 79.1


Green Features

Four atria and six large skylights draw natural light to the building

The roof landscape decks minimise the heat island effect

Solar panels and photovoltaic panels in use

The main chilled water circulation system utilises Kai Tak District Cooling System (DCS)

Rainwater and A/C condensate water recycled for irrigation in use

Precast production enables less temporary work and wastage

Curved building facades with low-e double glazing in triangular shape

42m structural span accommodates various multifunction usages 

Project Details

Completion Year 2013
Number of Blocks 1
Type Mixed Use

Project Team

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