House W by Cheungvogl Architects.

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Cheungvogl is a multilingual and multicultural international design studio founded by Judy Cheung and Christoph Vogl in 2008. The practice’s creative team is based in Hong Kong with site offices in China and Germany.

Prior to founding Cheungvogl, Judy Cheung and Christoph Vogl worked with Lord Norman Foster in London on conceptualization and realization of major projects in the United Kingdom, the Middle East, New York, Australia and North Africa. Collectively, they designed, realized and participated in more than 100 international projects varying in scales, which include Wembley Stadium in London, Sama Dubai Towers in Melbourne, Sama Dubai Towers in Casablanca Morocco, EO Tower in Dubai, Queen Alia International Airport in Jordan, Madison Avenue Tower in New York, Centralised Science Laboratories in Hong Kong and University of Student Housing in Pennsylvania.

Judy Cheung currently lectures Art, Design and Architecture at the Hong Kong University Space and Middlesex University, United Kingdom.

Awards Obtains.- Design for Asia DFA Awards 2012 Merit Award: Aesop, Lane Crawford, Canton Road, Hong Kong; German Design Award 2013, Rat für Formgebung, The German Design Councils Premier Prize Nomination: Aesop I.T Installation, Hong Kong; Frame Magazine, 2012, Top 3 Most Popular Installations: Aesop I.T Installation, Hong Kong; Asia Tatler, 2012, Top 5 Pop-up Retail Spaces International: Aesop I.T Installation, Hong Kong; Condé Nast Traveller Innovation & Design Awards 2011, Category: Infrastructure; KAT-Ohno, Tokyo, Japan, Invited Competition, 2010, First Prize; TDW Exhibition, Tokyo Designers Week 2012, Tokyo, Japan: Shinjuku Gardens, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan; 'Picturing "Home-for-All"' Exhibition, 2011, Toyo Ito Museum of Architecture, Imabari, Japan : “Home-for-All”, Toyo Ito, Riken Yamamoto, Hiroshi Naito, Kengo Kuma, Kazuyo Sejima.




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