DLN (Dennis Lau & Ng Chun Man Architects & Engineers) is one of the most versatile international architectural practices in Asia. Founded in Hong Kong in 1972, DLN has designed a number of the world’s tallest, largest and most complex buildings in each decade from the 1970s to the present. Today the practice continues to build on a tradition of creating value through design with a portfolio of innovative new projects in China, South-east Asia and beyond. DLN was amongst one of the first non-domestic architects to work in Mainland China during the early 1980s. Since then the practice has expanded to include commissions throughout South East Asia as well as the Middle-east, Europe and Africa. In China, DLN is currently responsible for a number of large scale projects under design or construction in more than thirty cities, including The Centre tower and the Central Plaza in Hong Kong, the Citic Plaza in Guangzhou and the Taipei Dome Complex.