About AHS

Asian Habitat Society (AHS), was formally established in Hong Kong in 2004. It is a non-governmental, non-profit academic organization dedicated to advancing international cooperation in the field of habitat environment and regional cooperation among Asian countries and promoting research on theory and practice of human settlements in Asian countries. Members mainly come from China (including Hong Kong, Taiwan and Maucao), Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, India, Thailand, Pakistan and other Asian countries and regions, and some from the United States, Australia, Britain and Canada. Association members engaged in the fields of human environment, teaching, planning, design, investment, finance, development, operation, management, service professionals.

Cooperative partner

  • UN-Habitat
  • Fukuoka Asian Urban Research Center
  • Japan Institute of Architecture
  • Japan Landscape Association
  • National Nature Conservancy
  • American Green Building Council
  • World Chinese Architects Association
  • Asian Real Estate Institute
  • Asian Planning Institute Federation
  • Asian Townscape Design Society
  • Korean Institute of Architects
  • Korea Housing Society
  • Korean Trade and Investment Promotion Commune

Asian Habitat Summit

Asian Habitat Summit includes following sections: Asian Habitat Environment Conference, Asian Habitat Environment Symposium, Asian Habitat Environment Achievement Exhibition, Asian Habitat Environment Advanced Experience Sharing Conference, Asian Cities Investment Project Symposium And Asian Habitat environmental inspection and other content.

The award was set to promote those cities, projects, activists and events which has positive and obvious impacts on the protection of natural resources  and ecological environment, and those who dedicated to the promotion of the improvement of living environment, historical and cultural heritage.


  • Providing experience and guidance for urban scientific development, improvement of townscape environment and the implementation of townscape plans;

  • Reinforcing the relevant training of relevant officials and professionals and promoting intercity experience exchange and technical transfer by using Asian Habitat Training Base (Fukuoka) as a platform;

  • Promoting the improvement of townscape, and commending and awarding townscapes which have made outstanding contribution or have produced far-reaching influence.