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About Ronald Lu & Partners

Ronald Lu & Partners (RLP) is an award-winning architectural and interior design firm founded in 1976. Founded in Hong Kong, it is dedicated to the delivery of world-class projects across the globe and has become a specialist in delivering super-high density and mixed-use developments in response to Asia’s fast growing economies.

As a design-led firm, it creates robust, practical and sensitive built solutions in response to client, community, as well as the environment needs. Their ethos is focused upon providing the best responses to building design and urban design challenges from feasibility to delivery. They provide clients, users, local authorities and the public with better environments that create greater economic and social value, hence, promote quality living. RLP currently houses over 600 staff with headquarters in Hong Kong and offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou.

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Ronald Lu & Partners Connected Global News

Chinese Firm Demolishes 19 Buildings in 10 Seconds to Make Way for the Wuhan CTF Finance Center

Chinese Firm Demolishes 19 Buildings in 10 Seconds to Make Way for the Wuhan CTF Finance Center

26 Jan 2017, Wuhan – In what is being called the largest demolition of its kind in China, 19 towers were…

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Ronald Lu & Partners at CTBUH

Top Company Rankings: The World’s 100 Tallest Buildings

13 Oct 2016, CTBUH Research – The Council is pleased to announce the Top Company Rankings for numerous…

Andy K.M. Leung

Andy K.M. Leung

CTBUH Conference, Speaker, 2016
Hong Kong, China

Bryant Lu

Bryant Lu

CTBUH Conference, Speaker, 2016
Hong Kong, China

Chia Pan

Chia Pan

CTBUH Conference, Speaker, 2014

CTBUH Resources Involving Ronald Lu & Partners

The Challenges of Constructing and Project Managing Tall Buildings in Asia

18 Sep 2014 – CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference
Abdo Kardous, Hill International
Michael Doring, Turner Construction
Stefan Krummeck, TFP Farrells
Chia Pan, Ronald Lu & Partners

From Icon to Community: The Repositioning of the Mega Tower in the City Context

17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism
Bryant Lu & Guymo Wong, Ronald Lu & Partners

Learning from Hong Kong: Why High Density TODs Spell the Future for Asia’s Most Populous Cities

16 Sep 2014 – CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference Proceedings
Bryant H.Y. Lu, Andy K.M. Leung & Anthony M.C. Cheung, Ronald Lu & Partners

Papers/Research

From Icon to Community: The Repositioning of the Mega Tower in the City Context
17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism; Bryant Lu & Guymo Wong, Ronald Lu & Partners
Historically, mega-towers were frequently labelled “egocentric displays of power,” becoming iconic symbols of a city or an individual. In today’s age of global hyper-urbanization, supertall towers are, for the first time in history, becoming more…
Learning from Hong Kong: Why High Density TODs Spell the Future for Asia’s Most Populous Cities
16 Sep 2014 – CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference Proceedings; Bryant H.Y. Lu, Andy K.M. Leung & Anthony M.C. Cheung, Ronald Lu & Partners
The paper utilizes examples in Hong Kong and Shanghai to demonstrate why high- density Transit-Oriented Developments (TODs) spell the future for Asia’s most populous cities. By using LOHAS Park in Hong Kong and a Shanghai mixed-use development…

Ronald Lu & Partners Tall Building Facts

150m+ Buildings 18 Completed1 Under Constr.
300m+ Buildings None • 1 Under Constr.
Average Building Age 8 Years
Most Common Function residential, 14 Buildings
Most Common Material Concrete, 17 Buildings
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Building Materials
 

All building-related facts are for 150m+ buildings currently in the database.

Tall Buildings Involving Ronald Lu & Partners

1   Tianjin CTF Finance Centre 2018 530 m Tianjin
2   New World Centre 2017 265 m Hong Kong
3   The Merton 1 2005 197 m Hong Kong
4   Manhattan Hill 1-2 2007 193 m Hong Kong
5   The Merton 2 2005 189 m Hong Kong
6   Manhattan Hill 3 2007 186 m Hong Kong
7   Manhattan Hill 5 2007 186 m Hong Kong
8   Manhattan Hill 6 2007 186 m Hong Kong
9   The Merton 3 2005 180 m Hong Kong
10   Poly Tower V 2011 180 m Guangzhou
  Completed   Arch. Topped Out   Struct. Topped Out   Under Constr.