The Kowloon Station consists of seven development packages, and incorporates some 6,000 residential units, 3 hotels providing a total of over 900 rooms, over 2 million square feet of office accommodation, and almost 1 million square feet of retail mall.
Wong & Ouyang’s involvement with the Kowloon Station development started in 1998 when appointed by a developer consortium of Wharf (Holdings) and Wheelock and Co. as Architect for the Package 2, Sorrento residential development. This would house 2,126 units ranging from 830sf to 2,700 square feet, together with its own recreation facilities in the podium and some 1,270 car park spaces.
In 2001, Wong & Ouyang was appointed as lead architect by Sun Hung Kai Properties for the final three phases of the Kowloon Station Development.
The project comprises of the 484m tall International Commerce Centre. Kohn Pederson Fox (KPF) are the Consultant Architect, collaborating with Wong & Ouyang to design this landmark tower with 231,800 square metres of grade-A office space, crowned with the 300-Room Ritz- Carlton Hotel.
The other components of the project include the 270-metre-tall twin towers. The Cullinan. Designed by Wong & Ouyang, the two towers comprise the W Hotel and the Harbourview Place Suite, 72,472 square metres of serviced apartments and 21,300 square metres of residential development.