The Faculty of Architecture at HKU is a comprehensive school of architecture, renowned for its teaching, research and community engagement. The Faculty introduces students to the life-long process of learning through the lens of professional concerns specific to the education of architects and surveying professionals, while simultaneously extending those areas of knowledge represented within the Faculty into a range of other disciplines. It comprises of three Departments and a Division – these are the Department of Architecture, the Department of Real Estate and Construction, the Department of Urban Planning and Design, and the Division of Landscape Architecture. These three departments and one division cover the traditional areas of knowledge necessary for designers to practice in the areas of building design, conservation, landscape design, urban planning and design, surveying in relation to the management of land, and real estate and construction. A significant number of academic staffs are actively involved in professional services, including the designing of, and planning for, community projects in China, Hong Kong, and Macau.
In 2018, The Faculty of Architecture at HKU’s work was exhibited in the exhibition Infrastructural Territory: The Spatial Foundation of National Discourse at OCAT Shanghai.