Andrew Lee King Fun & Associates Architects Limited

Andrew Lee King Fun & Associates Architects was first established in Hong Kong in 1962 and was incorporated as a limited company in 1998. It is now one of the most innovative and experienced architectural practices in Hong Kong. 


Andrew Lee King Fun & Associates Architects Limited has extensive knowledge and expertise in managing large scale and complex institutional, commercial, retail, residential, hospitality, industrial and infrastructural projects for both the public and private sectors, locally and overseas. The teams are dedicated to provide clients with the most personalised professional services, innovative design proficiency and efficient project management. The company provides services in master planning, infrastructure study, building design, interior design, site supervision, project management, and all architecture related professional practices. Over the years, its portfolio has included 800+ satisfactorily completed projects of high prestige in Hong Kong, China, Macau, United States and Vietnam.


Its design approach has been contemporary, flexible, and practical to reflect the functional, cultural and contextual requirements of individual project. The company believes this approach will allow the team to produce better innovative design ideas and more sustainable development objectives. Over the years, they have received awards from many different professional organisations acknowledging their pursuit for better architecture. Since the last decade, they have been recognised as one of the top 10 architectural firms in Hong Kong based on annual market shares.



Address:    19/F Universal Trade Centre, 3 Arbuthnot Road, Central, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2525 0008

Key Features

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BIM for MiC

MiC units started to be incorporated as a design strategy, thus the methodology of BIM was adapted accordingly with the concept of MIC. In this method, an entire MiC Unit is considered as a MiC unit which is completed with finishes, fixtures, and fittings. The approach of modeling was to create MiC family containing elements from architectural, engineering and MEP disciplines. The family was integrated into the main model like a piece of furniture and was then placed repetitively.

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Enhancing BIM Methodology with VR Technology

Building information modeling (BIM) is defined as the process of generating, storing, managing, exchanging, and sharing building information. In the construction industry, the processes and technologies that support BIM are constantly evolving, making the BIM even more attractive. A current topic that requires attention is the integration of BIM  with virtual reality (VR) where the user visualises a virtual world and can interact with it.

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BIM + MiC project for Government Statutory Submission

Developed by years, ALKF has experienced in using the BIM model for drawings production for government statutory submission. ALKF is capable to produce drawing and calculation with BIM to facilitate the government requirement as follow,

• Calculate actual provision of GFA & site coverage, & convert to plot ratio & site coverage
• Calculate each room, each compartment & each floor as per MOE CoP
• Support calculate of room capacity for use not defined under CoP
• Provision on Sanitary Fitment
• Provision on Fire Department requirement

Signature Projects

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High West Site Development

142 Pok Fu Lam Road, Hong Kong

Client: The University of Hong Kong
No. of Modules: 1, 824
CFA/GFA: 57, 717 m²
Number of Floors: 4 nos. 19-storey of Typical Floor
and 1-storey of Podium
Number of Units: 1, 214
Project Period: 2020 - 2024
MiC Parts: All flat units
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BD Pre-Acceptance Submission for Modular Integrated Construction

Client: Paul Y. - iMax Limited
No. of Modules: 400
CFA/GFA: Notional design
Number of Floors: 20
Number of Units: 4
Project Period: 2020
MiC Part: Residential units
Other Project Features: Steel MiC, AC platform included
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MiC Pre-acceptance Submission for Proposed Composite Development

Ash Street, Tai Kok Tsui, Hong Kong

Client: Dragages Hong Kong Limited
No. of Modules: 161
GFA: Approx. 417 m²
Number of Floors: 23
Number of Units: 69
Project Period: 2020
MiC Parts: Residential floors 
Other Project Features: Modules with curtain wall, A/C platform 
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Public Rental Housing Project

Shek Pai Wan Road, Hong Kong

Client: Hong Kong Housing Society

25, 239 m² (Domestic) /

1, 900 m² (Non-Domestic)

Number of Floors: 3 storeys of podium, 25 storeys of residential
Number of Units: 600
Project Period: 2017 - 2024
DfMA Parts: Volumetric Precast Kitchen, Volumetric Precast Bathroom
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A 30-Classroom Primary School

Tsuen Wan West Station Development (Site TW7), Hong Kong

Client: Architectural Services Department
No. of Modules: 30 classrooms, 4 Toilets, 1 Pantry
CFA/GFA: 11, 396 m²
Number of Floors: 7 - storey + 1 Floor (Plant Room)
Number of Units:   Classroom Toilet Pantry
  No. of Units: 30 3 1
  Total: 34
Project Period: 2019 - 2024
MiC Parts: Classrooms, Toilets, Pantry
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Dedicated Rehousing Estate

Ma Tau Kok, Hong Kong

Client: Hong Kong Housing Society
GFA: 55, 250 m² (Domestic) / 8, 075 m² (Non-Domestic)
Number of Floors: 26 - 28
Number of Units: 1, 100
Project Period: 2020 - 2027
DfMA Parts: Volumetric Precast Kitchen,
Volumetric Precast Bathroom
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A 30-classroom Primary School

Site KT2c, Development at Anderson Road, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong

Client: Architectural Services Department
No. of Modules: 25 classrooms, 4 Toilets, 1 Pantry
CFA/GFA: 10, 667 m² / 12, 989 m²
Number of Floors: 7 (G/F-R/F)
Number of Units:   Classroom Toilet Pantry
  Types of Modules: 3 5 1
  No. of Rooms: 25 4 1
  Net MiC Units: 75 20 1
  Total: 96 Units
Project Period: 2018 - 2024
MiC Parts: Classroom, Toilet, Pantry
Other Project Features: MiC & DfMA & Precast

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New Isolation Facilities in Hong Kong

Alleviate demand pressure for isolation by MiC and DfMA

In view of the 5th wave of the COVID-19, new isolation facilities and Pop-up Community Vaccination Centres were built by MiC and DfMA with full speed. Eight Community Isolation Facilities projects from China State Construction International providing over 50,000 isolation beds. Supported by the Central Government, the Lok Ma Chau Loop Hospital for Emergency was completed in April 2022. Meanwhile, two MiC transitional housing projects were used as community isolation facilities, providing more than 2,500 units.

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