CODY Jeffrey William

Research Projects

  • Architectural Appraisal of the Wan Chai Police Station
  • CODY Jeffrey William, TSUI Chung Man
    28 January 2002
    Antiquities & Monuments Office, Leisure & Cultural Services Department, HKSAR Government

    This project has 3 purposes:
    (1) to describe and access the architectural merits of the structure in terms of its planning and design, and its significance among other police stations in Hong Kong;
    (2) to evaluate the historic significance of the building in the context of Wanchai and its function as an old police station in Hong Kong; and
    (3) to propose conceptual idea for the adaptive reuse of the building. (SS01717)

  • Heritage Consultancy Regarding Nga Tsin Wai Tsuen (Kowloon)
  • CODY Jeffrey William
    20 April 2004
    Sai Ling Realty Company

    The purpose of this project was to advise the Sai Ling Realty Company concerning heritage conservation issues associated with the historic Kowloon village, Nga Tsin Wai Tsuen, which is experiencing severe challenges associated with its historic site because of ongoing real estate development in the vicinity (SS03570)

Research Publications

  • "Grasping Hong Kong's Metamorphosis: Cutting a Section Through a Former Colony". (co-authored with Corinne Nacinovic) Abstracts of the 9th International Planning History Conference Helsinki, Finland: International Planning History Society, 2000.08.21. p.137.

  • "Heritage as Hologram: Hong Kong after a Change in Sovereignty, 1997-2001". The Disappearing Asian City ed. by William S. Logan. Hong Kong SAR: Oxford University Press, 2002. p.185-207.

  • "Hong Kong: Avant/Apres". Paper presented in the conference, organized by the Institute Francais & Architecture French. Paris, France, 2001.09.13.

  • "Hongkong and Shanghai Bank, Shanghai". Encyclopedia of 20th Century Architecture vol.2. edited by R. Stephen Sennott. New York, USA: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2004. p. 798-99.
    (CUHK Library Call No: ARL Reference NA680 .E495 2004 v.2)

  • "Hong Kong's Tai O: A Significant Drop in the Ocean of Mass Tourism". (co-authored with CHANG Ping-Hung Wallace) Paper presented in the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) Annual Meeting Program 2001. Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2001.03.22.

  • "Wai Not?: The Largely Unprotected Heritage of Hong Kong's Walled Villages". Paper presented in the International Roundtable of Mayors of World Heritage Fortress Cities, organized by UNESCO and City of Suwon. Suwon, Republic of Korea, 2000.09.

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