ABOUT LOT

LOT Architects is a Hong Kong based architectural design studio established in 2012 aiming to pursuits for design excellent to create a better living environment. We believe in the idea of collective creation with client, end-users that integrates architecture, interior, engineering, construction, research and fabrication. 

Our members maintain a high level of involvement from conceptual design, detailing to implementation to create a unique identity for each project regardless of their size and scale.

We vision, we explore, we implement.

The founders have a diverse exposure of working experiences in New York, Melbourne, Beijing and Hong Kong. Their project experiences covers institutional building, commercial towers, hotels, shopping mall, museums, redevelopment, residential towers as well as houses. 

Contributor:

Dickson Wong

Julia Lee

Kylie Kwok

Ivan Kwan

Tim Yueng

Arden Chan

Ricky Chow

Ken Au

Shadow Wong

LOT PEOPLE

Nikki HO 何勵琪

MArch (HKU) B.S.Arch, B.A.Arts (U. of Minnesota)

Nikki Ho graduated from the University of Minnesota (Dean’s List) majoring in architecture and arts in 2005, and obtained her Master Degree in Architecture from the University of Hong Kong. After graduation, she worked in New York, Beijing and returned to Hong Kong where she contributed to various projects, including housing complexes, public schools, hotels, comprehensive development above railway station in QianHai and Shenzhen, and commercial towers, etc.

 

Apart from winning the 1st prize in professional group of GIFT Design Ideas Competition – Hong Kong Science Park in 2013, she also participated in the Venice Biennale Exhibition in 2006 and 2016. She also serves as a teaching assistant for the Master of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong and design critic at HKU and HKDI.

 

While believing the fundamental of architecture is for the people and to the people, she dedicates to community services and exhibitions to connect architecture and the public. She was elected as the Hong Kong delegate for the Dragon 100 forum in 2013 and is working as Dispute Chairman in organizing the 17th Asian Congress of Architects for Architects Regional Council Asia (ARCASIA) in 2016, as well as the curator team for HKIA Reveal 2 Exhibition.

 

She likes wandering and dwelling in different cities for different perspectives and new thoughts. She continues exploring architectural language as a strategy in daily life for anyone and everyone.
 

CHEN Feng Yi

Registered Architect, HKIA MArch (U. of Melbourne)

F N Chan worked in the Beijing, Melbourne before returning to Hong Kong.

He has been the design architect in several renowned offices including Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in Beijing,  Rocco  Design  Architects  Ltd  in  Hong  Kong  and  Cui  Kai  Design  Studio  in  Beijing.  He  was involved in wide range of actual projects such as the Interlace Residenital Development, Singapore; the Yunnan Museum, Yunnan; the New Ko Shan Theatre, Hong Kong; as well as the Nam Cheong MTR Station Commercial and Residential Development, Hong Kong.

 

He was one of the key designers and exhibitors on a number of exhibitions and publications including “Open Rice Box” in collaboration with Craig Au Yeung at the Venice Biennale in 2010; Paper Publication with Mr. Martin Fung titled “Conveniently Tall: Vertical Hybrid In Hong Kong” for Conference by Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat in 2011; “The New Central” published at U Magazine Issue 221 in 2010, Medium Density Housing Balaclava 2007” published in TERRA#4 Student Architecture 2008 by RAIA\SONA (Royal Australian Institute of Architects and Student Organized Network for Architecture SONA) in 2008.


He has previously served as a studio design guest critic at CHUK, HKU Space and the University of Melbourne, Australia.

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