Cheungvogl is an architecture and design studio founded by Judy Cheung and Christoph Vogl in 2008. The creative team is based in Hong Kong with site offices in China and Germany. The team of multicultural architects, designers, thinkers and strategists works with progressive forward thinking clients to create and build memorable and meaningful projects globally.
Their approach to architecture aspires to touch human hearts with poetic senses.
Cheungvogl works in multiple fields of design, ranging from urban scale and architecture through to details of interiors, retail and brand strategy for cultural, commercial and private clients. The studio is currently working on projects of different scales in Hong Kong, Japan, China, United
Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Russia and the United States.
Cheungvogl consistently explores connections between art, science and philosophies. Their simultaneous analysis of sensual and rational thinking is pertinent in creating values and qualities to architecture. While their thinking is focused and directed on achieving highly rational, productive and efficient results, their works speak of a specific kind of subtle sensitivity that touches and connects people emotionally. Their engagement with ‘time’ as an integral part of the design palette forms new interpretations and experiences within the context of space. Quality of time is measured by contentment. The seemingly effortless choreography between time, architecture, art and culture is their passion and commitment.
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 and realized more than 100 international projects varying in scales. Selected projects include: Wembley Stadium in London, UK; AIHQ Queen Anne’s Gate in London, UK; Sama Dubai Towers in Melbourne, Australia and in Casablanca, Morocco; Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Jordan; Madison Avenue Tower in New York City, USA, Centralized Science Laboratories in Hong Kong, China and University of Student Housing in Pennsylvania, USA.
Judy Cheung is an Adjunct Associate Professor for Design and Architecture at the Hong Kong University space and Middlesex University, London, United Kingdom.