Schmidt lectures at SCAD

    Hong Kong, 23 September 2015 ————– Managing Director of Sepia Design Consultants Limited, Thomas Schmidt, AIA, LEED AP, was invited to deliver a presentation on architectural illustration and rendering to a group of architectural graphics students at the Hong Kong campus of the Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD). Schmidt presented a number of […]

    SCMP Acknowledges Recycling Center Plan

     

    Hong Kong, 20 October 2014 ————– Hong Kong’s leading English language newspaper, South China Morning Post (SCMP), featured a prototypical multi-story recycling center conceived by founder and Managing Director of Sepia Design Consultants Limited, Thomas Schmidt, AIA, LEED AP. The front page article described Schmidt’s vision for a series of neighborhood level mixed-use complexes […]

    Schmidt Proposes Vertical Solution for Hong Kong’s Waste Management

    Hong Kong, 14 February 2014 ————– Founder and Managing Director of Sepia Design Consultants Limited, Thomas Schmidt, AIA, LEED AP, unveiled a prototype for a vertically-arranged neighborhood recycling center for the dense neighborhoods of Hong Kong and submitted the proposal to community leaders and the HKSAR Government. Instead of the current system of refuse collection […]

    Schmidt Sketches — Rain or Shine

    Hong Kong, 15 December 2013 ————– Founder and Managing Director of Sepia Design Consultants Limited, Thomas Schmidt, AIA, LEED AP, participated in AIA Hong Kong’s “Big Draw” — an event aimed at coaching underprivileged teens to develop their drawing skills and sense of architectural appreciation. Joined by a dozen other AIA Hong Kong members […]

    Architect’s Plans for Lunar Habitat unveiled at AMCHAM Hong Kong

    Hong Kong, 30 November 2011 ————– Hong Kong-based architectural consultancy firm Sepia Design Consultants Limited presented their award-winning architectural concept for a lunar habitat at the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) in Hong Kong from 12 pm – 2 pm today.

    The lecture entitled, “Building on the Moon: The Lunar Scenario of our Future in […]

    Sepia Design & Horwath HTL Receives International Urban Design Award

    Thomas Schmidt, AIA, LEED AP explains the Changbai Mountain Tourism Plan at a press conference

    Thomas Schmidt (Sepia Design) and Nigel Summers (Horwath HTL) receive the AIA Hong Kong Award of Merit

    Hong Kong, 28 November 2011 ————– Hong Kong-based architectural consultancy firm Sepia Design Consultants Limited in collaboration with Horwath HTL, […]

    Schmidt Awarded AIA Citation for Creation of Educational Graphic Novels

    Hong Kong, 6 November 2010 ————– Architect and award-winning author and illustrator Thomas Schmidt, AIA, LEED® AP, has been awarded a 2010 chapter Citation from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Hong Kong Chapter for the creation of the Bumbling Traveller Adventure Series™.

    Schmidt, Managing Director of Sepia Design Consultants Limited, was selected by […]

    Schmidt Contributes to Adaptive Reuse Forum

    Schmidt contributes his thoughts during a panel on adaptive reuse

    Hong Kong, 16 September 2010 ————– Thomas Schmidt, AIA, LEED AP, Managing Director of Sepia Design Consultants Limited participated as a panelist in Perspective Magazine’s first “Brain Trust” series of discussions held on 16 September 2010. Held at Poggenpohl’s Hong Kong showroom and […]

    Sepia Design Speaks at HICAP 2009

    Hong Kong, 20 October 2009 ————– Thomas Schmidt, AIA, LEED AP, Managing Director of Sepia Design Consultants Limited was featured as a speaker at the 20th Anniversary 2009 Hotel Investment Conference Asia Pacific (HICAP) on Friday, 16 October 2009 in Hong Kong. Mr. Schmidt participated in a multi-disciplinary panel presentation entitled “Doing Well and Doing […]

    Sepia Design Office Relocation

    Hong Kong, 17 September 2008 ————– Sepia Design Consultants Limited announced today their new office address. Managing Director Thomas Schmidt, AIA observed, “our previous office continued to be plagued with ongoing water infiltration problems, rents in Hong Kong continue to skyrocket, and we had outgrown our previous space — it was time to move!”

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