Bryant Lu

Bryant Lu, vice-chairman of family business Ronald Lu & Partners, has been at the heart of some of Hong Kong’s most important recent architectural projects

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The son of Ronald Lu, the foremost name in Hong Kong architectural circles, Bryant Lu has pursued a career in the family business. He is the vice-chairman of Ronald Lu & Partners, the firm established by his father in 1976, which he joined in 2000. He took charge of the firm’s expansion into mainland China; the firm now employs close to 600 staff across six offices in Hong Kong, Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Taipei.


Lu is a steadfast advocate for human-centric sustainable design and has been involved in several landmark projects in recent years: the Xiqu Centre, Zero Carbon Park, the Lee Tung Avenue redevelopment, Integral in Guilin, and Tencent’s new headquarters in Shanghai. He recently founded a research arm for the firm called BEHAVE, which focuses on deriving future-ready solutions for our built environment through research, behavioural science and collaborative partnerships.


Bryant Lu also holds a wide range of public positions, including being an inaugural council member for Design and Architecture for the M+ Museum, deputy chairman of the Board of Governors for the Hong Kong Arts Centre; and Honourary Secretary of Council for the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra.

(Photo: Kirk Kenny)

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