Mr Ka-sing Yu
The University of Hong Kong
Ka-sing Yu is a Registered Architect, Architectural
Conservationist and Authorised Person in Hong
Kong. He completed his education in Architecture
at The University of Hong Kong.
Prior to his graduation with Distinction to his MSc (Conservation) degree from The University of Hong Kong, he focused his professional practice in the field of architectural conservation through the consultancy he founded in 2010, Substance Lab Limited. Today, he has accumulated over 40 conservation research, planning, construction, and interpretation and curation projects, ranking as one of the most professionally active conservation practitioners in Hong Kong. He curated and designed The Hong Kong Jockey Club University of Chicago Heritage Interpretation Centre which opened in December 2018, which earned him the Hong Kong Institute of Conservationists HKICON Conservation Award (Interpretation Category) in 2019.
In 2017, he was appointed the first Assistant Professor of Practice in the Division of Architectural Conservation Programmes (ACP), Faculty of Architecture at The University of Hong Kong and assuming the Directorship of ACP’s BA(Conservation).
Mr Ka-sing Yu
BA(AS) HKU, MArch(Dist) HKU, MSc(Conservation)(Dist) HKU, HKIA, HKICON
Registered Architect HK, Authorized Person, LEED AP
Assistant Professor of Practice
Director of BA(Conservation)
Faculty of Architecture, HKU
Born in 1978, Hong Kong, China
Lives and works in Hong Kong, China