Urban Farms

Vicky Chan founded Avoid Obvious Architects in 2012 with offices in New York and Hong Kong. The firm has been pushing sustainable buildings and cities with focus on combining art with green technology. His projects have won 48 international awards and have been exhibited in 37 cities. Vicky’s projects include master planning for World Trade Center in New York, Sheung Wan Fiesta in Hong Kong and various cities designs in Canada, China, and India.

Vicky founded a volunteering organization and has taught over 6,000 children about sustainable design and architecture. He believes our future will be brighter if children are more equipped with creative and sustainable thinking. He is serving the AIA Hong Kong Chapter as President 2020 and Chairman of Walk DVRC, an NGO to promote walkability.

This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, Urban Farms with Vicky Chan.

Learn more about Vicky online at Avoid Obvious Architects, and connect with him on Facebook, TwitterInstagram and LinkedIn.

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