Dr Hoyin Lee
The University of Hong Kong
Dr Hoyin Lee is the co-founder and the longest
serving Director of the Architectural Conservation
Programmes at The University of Hong Kong. In
2015, the unit was elevated to a Division, and he
became the founding Head of the Division. Before
joining The University of Hong Kong in 2000,
he was an Associate Director of an architectural
practice in Hong Kong.
A well-published academic and an experienced practitioner in built-heritage conservation, he has been appointed by government agencies in Hong Kong, the Mainland and overseas as an advisor or a consultant for conservation projects, including the identification of Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site.
He is a former member of the Antiquities Advisory Board, Founding Vice-President of The Hong Kong Institute of Architectural Conservationists, Associate Member of The Hong Kong Institute of Architects, and Honorary Affiliate Member of the American Institute of Architects (Hong Kong Chapter).
Dr Hoyin Lee
BA(AS) NUS, BArch NUS, PhD HKU, HKICON, AssocHKIA, HonAIA(HK)
Head, Division of Architectural Conservation Programmes
Faculty of Architecture, HKU
Born in 1962, Hong Kong, China
Lives and works in Hong Kong, China