The Canadian International School of Hong Kong Leo Lee Arts Centre designed by P&T Group is located in Hong Kong . The external design was deliberately contextual with care taken not to overwhelm the existing school buildings whilst giving the Arts Centre its own character and identity. The main body is kept simple with banding and a stepped profile blending it harmoniously into the existing school while the modern sweeping roof provides distinctive character and contrasts with existing pitched roofs. This feature roof is articulated as an individual element floating above the main body of the building. Its large overhangs gracefully supported by slender V-shaped columns provide shelter to the drop off area and external terrace and give shading to the full height glazing of the foyer.
Internally, the theatre is given a warm ambience with walls covered in maple veneer or red fabric depending on the acoustic requirements. In the main foyer, a graciously curved red metal ceiling provides a dynamic character to the space.