Stanley joins BLUR Workshop with a rich range of international cultural and professional experiences. He grew up in Hong Kong and went on to England to pursue his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Architecture at Central Saint Martins, London. More recently, he graduated with a Master of Architecture degree from Savannah College of Art and Design. He has worked professionally in Hong Kong and the United States where he was involved in various projects in Asia and the US. His work ranges from high rise mixed-use and large-scale hospitality, to smaller residential and commercial projects. One of his most notable projects while at Hong Kong based Aedas, is The Parisian Macau located in Macau China, a 3000 room casino resort, which opened in Fall 2016.
“He that travels far, knows much”. Stanley’s living and travelling experiences from Asia, Europe and America enabled him to develop a deep understanding of the relationship between people and architecture. From the influence of his dynamic, concept-centric Bachelor Degree in London to the professional experience of Hong Kong, he has cultivated a sense elevated contextual awareness. Stanley imbues his designs with a strong emphasis on narrative, user-oriented experience and emotional connection between people and the built environment.
During Stanley’s time at SCAD, he established himself with a unique architectural visualization language and communication skills that reflect his in-depth conceptualization of his work. His thesis project was acknowledged by awards such as the Dean’s Award and Architecture Student’s Choice Award at SCAD.
photography by Raftermen