Hong Kong (China)
Vicky is an architect, entrepreneur, environmentalist, educator, futurist, and world citizen. His professional works promote sustainable cities and buildings. He volunteers to teach sustainable concepts to children. His work has won 25 awards related to sustainability. His projects are in 37 cities and 22 countries. He now owns 4 company in 2 countries. He believes design excellence can improve the way we live, work and play. Holistic architecture that combines art and science will make good design for the people and the environment.
Avoid Obvious Architects, 2008-present
AWARDS AND PRIZES
2017 A’ Design Award 2017 – Bronze Award – Horsetopia, South Korea
2017, A’ Design Award 2017 – Bronze Award – Architecture for Children, Hong Kong
2017, Shop! Design Award 2017 – Gold Award – Pop-up Store, USA
2017, Shop! Design Award 2017 – Sustainability Award – The Artist Lab, USA
2017, 1st place, Lasalle Children Game Design Competition, Hong Kong
2016 1st Place, London Creative Competition – Architectural Category, London
2016, Semi Finalist, Inspireli Awards, Prague
2016, Winner, Rethinking the Future Sustainability Award, India
2016, Winner, Design:Retail 40 under 40, USA
2015, Winner, London Creative Competition, London
2015, 2nd, Lasalle Children Game Design Competition, Hong Kong
2012, 1st, Outstanding Project Award – Court Square 2, USA
2010, 2nd, Miami Seaplane Terminal Competition, USA
2010, 1st, Winner of Design+Technical Award – Stantec, USA
2008, 3rd, Gillette Landmark Design, USA
2008, 1st, Wacom’s Vision of the Future, Japan
2008, 1st, Best of Newspaper Design Cover, USA
2006, 3rd, Jeongok Pre-history Museum with Easton+Combs, South Korea
2005, 2nd, Unfinished Works AIDS illustration Contest, USA
Seoul, South Korea
The proposal aims to have a holistic development of the Hangang River Pedestrian Network through 3 main principles: inclusivity, layering programs through vertical elements, and considering day and night cycles to strengthen existing programs. After a detailed site analysis, the design team identified the lack of lighting, the lack of signage, and physical barriers for people with special needs as the three most critical conditions to address. The INTERFACE on pedestrian network and connection bases serve to provide easier access of people with different needs. It will bring the equal enjoyment of Hangang River to everyone.
Yan Garden is a creative park with art studios in a revitalized hotel from 1979, a community hub with family exhibition in a preserved mansion from 1996 and a new museum dedicated to promoting edutainment. The project spans across 30,873 square meters of open space and greenery as a creative park that links the past, present, and future to promote the history and art of Dongguan. The project is used to celebrate the philanthropic work his grandfather Mr. Wong Kam Fai, also known as Uncle Fai, has established.
Obvious Architects, Yan Garden, 2020
Horsetopia - Run Fast/Live Slow
Eco Friendly Theme Park
Yeongcheon, South Korea
Horsetopia is an eco-friendly horse park in Yeongcheon, South Korea. Half of the 1,474,883㎡ site is dedicated to horse racing and the other half is for horse-related activities. This park will have a mix of fast and slow programs to attract young people who can enjoy horses as their companions. The marketing goal is to promote horse racing in Asia and other horse related activities as an eco-friendly alternative to amusement rides.
Image #1, Creator, Vicky Chan, Wind Tower, 2016 Image #2, Creator, Vicky Chan, Day Aerial, 2016 Image #3, Creator, Vicky Chan, Night Aerial, 2016 Image #4, Creator, Vicky Chan, Snow Aerial, 2016 Image #5, Creator, Vicky Chan, Winter Aerial, 2016