Mediblocks is a project born out of my wish to address the environmental and accessibility concerns around how new technologies are being implemented in the field of medical science. Specifically, I want to address those types of stick-on medical devices that integrate technology to inform the patient about their health.



“If our life lacks a constant magic it is because we choose to observe our acts and lose ourselves in consideration of their imagined form and meaning, instead of being impelled by their force.” Antonin Artaud, French Dramatist. Magic, is a very important element in our lives. Although it might be regarded as a discipline to fool people with illusions, it is not that simple. Magic is what drives our minds to think, to create, to innovate, it can be a form of thinking. If it weren’t for magical thinking, we might never have lights to shine in the dark or planes to fly in the boundless sky. Magical thinking is very important in developing life, however, in the hustle and bustle, people live with an absent of life. Magible, is initiated to change this situation.


Save My Plant

Save My Plant is a self-watering system that tackles the problem of having dry plants and avoiding withered leaves and types of plants. My final product includes a medical device which is the IV drip. Therefore, it inspired me to propose the idea of introducing to the kids in the hospital. Having a kids workshop in the hospital is the ideal way to get in touch with the kids and let them know what is sustainability. Having plants and flowers in the hospital could improve people’s mental and physical health.


MPhil and PhD

Enlarge the poster imageThe PhD programme in Architecture is a four-year research degree offering independent research in architecture, landscape architecture and urbanism.

It is intended for persons who wish to enter teaching and advanced research careers with a commitment to make an original contribution to the field. The programme places emphasis on originality, significance, and methodology in topics engaging pertinent issues in Asia and China, as well as important intersections with international and cross-cultural contexts.

Major research expertise within the Department includes but is not limited to the following:

  • History and theory of architecture, urbanism and habitation;
  • Built environment and urban landscape for public health and well-being;
  • Architectural and sustainable technologies;
  • Analysis and development of buildings, landscapes and regions with focus on social, cultural, economic, technological, ecological and infrastructural systems; and
  • Urbanism with attention on high-density, compact cities, housing research and design methods.

For more information about ongoing research initiatives within the Department, please see our Faculty’s list of research centres as well as the research pages of individual Faculty members in the Department of Architecture and the Division of Landscape Architecture.

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Bachelor of arts sciences in design plus introduction

Phone: (+852) 3917 2149


Faculty of Architecture
4/F Knowles Building, The University of Hong Kong
Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong
(Attn.: BASc Design+ Programme Officer)

Faculty office hours:
Mondays to Fridays 9:00am-1:00pm and 2:00pm-5:45pm.
Closed during weekends and public holidays

Programme Officer

Ms. Wing Wong  (  / Tel: 3910 2629)




JUPAS code: 6236

Bachelor of arts sciences in design plus introduction

Thematic Week Events

Programme Introductions: Architecture, Landscape, Design+ (recorded on 17 Oct 2020)

“Building Simplexity”
by Dr. Kristof Crolla
(recorded on 12 Oct 2020)
“From Art to Science: Design”
by Mr. Cesar Jung-Harada
(recorded on 13 Oct 2020)
“Social Equity”
by Dr. Eric Schuldenfrei
(recorded on 14 Oct 2020)

BASc(Design+) Admissions

To be eligible for admission to the BASc(Design+) program, JUPAS candidates should meet the standard University Entrance Requirements and a level 5 Note or above  in English Language in the Hong Kong Diploma in Secondary Education (HKDSE), or an equivalent qualification.  The programme will consider admission based on any best 6 subjects in HKDSE among Category A or Category C, including Mathematics Extended Modules 1 and 2 (M1 and M2).

Note: Candidates with level 4 in English Language and good results in other HKDSE subjects will be exceptionally considered on a case-by-case basis.  If these candidates are admitted, they will be required to take 6 additional credits in Core University English to complete their degree studies.

For non-JUPAS candidates, admission will be based on the standard University Entrance Requirements and on the basis of individual merit.

Supplementary requirements for candidates applying for admissions

Candidates are required to submit at least one example of a creative work (fine art, writing, or other forms of creative output) for consideration.  Portfolio should be a PDF file not larger than 10mb.  Hard copy is not required.  Candidates are required to submit the portfolio by noon, 31 December 2021 (HK Time).  Shortlisted candidates will be selected for an interview.


International and non-JUPAS Admissions

Programme’s First Round Evaluation Deadline: 15 December 2021 (Hong Kong Time)
Applications close on August 24, 2022 (12:00 noon HK Time)
(Application can be submitted here)
Interviews for shortlisted candidates: Late-January 2022 and March to July 2022

JUPAS Admissions

Application submission deadline: 8 December 2021 (23:59, Hong Kong Time)
Interviews for shortlisted candidates: Late-May 2022 and Late-July 2022

More information on admission


The “F.L.Y.” Scholarship is designed to nurture and support outstanding first-year undergraduate students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts and Sciences programmes.  Dedicated to groom leaders to answer the needs of our future society, this scholarship programme will provide students access to mentorship, training, and internship opportunities to fully integrate the skills and knowledge acquired within the BASc programmes.  Students are also encouraged to implement their ideas and challenge existing boundary with an innovation fund of HK$20,000.