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Year 2003
Work will soon commence on the Ngong Shuen Chau Viaduct of Route 9. We constructed a 1:1000 model which is now installed in the site office.
Model of Ngong Shuen Chau Viaduct   Site plan
Model at 1:1000 scale.   Site Plan.
We have recently completed another model for the IFC development.
1:100 model of IFCII   Delivery of the model
Model of IFCII at 1:100 scale.   Installation of model.
The real IFC II   vertigo
IFC II under construction.   Delivery via cargo hoist.
The new street level MTRC lifts are in operation around Hong Kong.
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Lockhart Rd/East Point Rd next to Sogo Department Store.   1:15 scale model

We recently constructed two models of the Tsing Ma bridge of 1:150 Pillar model and 1:50 bridge deck section. The models were commissioned for the "5th Anniversary Exhibition for HKSAR" by the Architectural Services Department. After completion, the models were delivered to the exhibition venue, The China Millennium Monument, Beijing.

Later the models will travel on exhibition to different venues within the Mainland China.

Giant installing Tsing Ma Bridge model   Giant crouches next to Tsing Ma Bridge tower model
Models during installation at the exhibition venue in Beijing.
Our model on Terry Farrell's book cover

Ten Years: Ten Cities

We are pleased to have one of our models chosen for the front cover of the latest book by the world renown architect, Terry Farrell " Ten Years: Ten Cities: The Work of Terry Farrell & Partners 1991-2001.

We would like to begin our profile of some of our previously commissioned projects by initially focusing upon The Hong Kong Central Station Development.
IFC at 1:200   completed airport check-in at IFC
Early development model at
a scale of 1:200.
  Exterior veiw of completed Airport Check-in terminal at Hong Kong Station.
The baggage check-in service located in Hong Kong Station allows passengers to travel directly to the airport via the Airport Express without taking their baggage with them.
IFC at 1:500   Interior of airport check-in at IFC
Model of Hong Kong Central Station at 1:500 scale with complete development phase 1&2.   Interior view of Airport check-in terminal at the Hong Kong Station.
IFC under construction   Cladding IFC.................
Views of International Finance Centre currently under construction. Fitting elevational cladding is now is progress.

Kung Hei Fat Choi !

Kung Hei Fat Choi!

IMA(HK) would like to wish everyone a healthy and prosperous year of the Horse.


Appropriation of Company History !

It has come to our attention that Guangzhou Sun Yeung Architectural Modelmaking Centre and Hong Kong Sun yeung Enterprise Development Co. Ltd. (company names are directly translated from Chinese) have been using our company profile and history, including past projects in order to promote their companies. We declare we have no relationship with these companies whatsoever.

We are currently investigating this matter with regard to legal action.

Patrick S. Ford recently held his latest solo exhibition entitled "Sculptures' Stories" at the Muse Gallery, 40 Ship Street, Wanchai. The show featured Sculptures, Paintings, Drawings & Etchings on a variety of themes and made over a period of several years

The paintings featured below, taken from the exhibition, were made using ink, chalk & watercolour on Indian hand-made paper.

Patrick Ford at his exhibition
ink, chalk and watercolour ink, chalk and watercolour ink, chalk and watercolour

The exhibition ran from 23rd Dec. 2001 - 17th Jan. 2002. More information and illustrations can be
found on the Gallery web site at

In May Patrick will be showing a collection of Prints & Paintings in the Gallery of the 1st Institute of
Art & Design, (1-9 Lin Fa Kung Street East, Causeway Bay Hong Kong).

Currently IMA(HK) are working on a number of models with the Mass Transit Railway Corporation (MTRC). These models are of the Union Square Development which is a mixed office and residential complex above Kowloon station. We have been involved with this project for several years, during which period the models have had to evolve to reflect the changing requirements that have emerged over time. This evolutionary trail provides the planners and developers with a strong visual 3 dimensional history of the project's development. The models themselves range from massing models of 1:2500 scale through to detailed presentation models of 1:500 scale.
Current Scheme 1:500 Previous Scheme 1:500 Previous Scheme 1:1000
Union square, 1:500 Union Square, 1:500 Union Square, 1:1000