The MiC Display Centre is located within the Construction Industry Council - Zero Carbon Building complex in Kowloon Bay and is the first building constructed using MiC in Hong Kong. The Centre not only functions as a visitor centre and exhibits flats built using MiC, it also demonstrates compliance of each of the modules' specific functions with the relevant Hong Kong building requirements.
The Centre consists of 5 types of show flats, including a hotel unit, hostel unit, elderly home unit, a 1-bedroom residential flat and a 3-bedroom residential flat. Each usage is aimed at a different market. The Centre is designed with an overall high level of spatial quality to form a holistic visitor venue. Through careful selection of materials, the design aims to deliver a high-quality, durable, aesthetically pleasing and user-friendly environment.
Location: Construction Industry Council - Zero Carbon Building, 8 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong
Gross floor area (GFA): 334.9 m2 (excluding external staircase)
Footprint of the building: 14 m (W) x 17 m (L) x 9.8 m (H)
No. of modules: 10 units and 1 prefabricated Fire Service Installation (FSI) unit
Types of show flat: hotel, hostel, elderly home, 1-bedroom residential flat and 3-bedroom residential flat
Last Updated: 2019-02-28 19:10:08