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Conservation and restoration of pre-war Bungalows, Hong Kong, Hong Kong 
Tuesday 30 Oct 2012
Visitors’ Centre & Museum for St. Stephen’s College, Stanley (AMO Grade I Historical Building) 
BARRIE HO Architecture Interiors Ltd 
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Conversion to visitors’ centre & museum for St. Stephen’s College 

The conservation and restoration of Pre-war Bungalows into Visitors' Centre & Museum for St. Stephen's College, Stanley, Hong Kong (AMO Grade I Historical Building) is an attempt to restore the original features of the Bungalows and to re-introduce new elements for exhibition/ museum use.

The presentation areas include: the pitched pointed roof re-defined by introducing uplighting, bulk-heads and light troughs; new air conditioning is also introduced to upkeep the quality of the valuable exhibits; re-introduction of timber doors and windows to keep the original spirits of the bungalows and the chimney and re-touching the timber floor to their original intention and colours.

The newly introduced elements for the exhibition or museum include: exhibition panels, display boxes, audio-visual projections and study models. 

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BARRIE HO Architecture Interiors Ltd

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