Born in Hong Kong, Bong Yeung studied Architecture and graduated from the Bartlett in 2011. Acquired Dean’s List for ‘Distinction in Design’ and Merit in Thesis during his final year, he had been selected by Blueprint Magazine as ‘one of the Best of the Student Shows’. He had worked on a few projects in London, Oxford and Exeter and became an UK Registered Architect in 2014. He worked in Foster + Partners Hong Kong office responsible for a few high profiled project in Asia such as the Murray Building Hotel, Ocean Terminal Extension and Wuhan masterplan. He has also taught part-time in a design module at HKU Space and act as a guest critic at CUHK and HKU.
Recently, he has won UNESCO UCCN Shenzhen Design Award For Young Talents in 2017. His work has also been selected by the Drawing Prize and exhibited at the World Architecture Festival in Berlin and Sir John Soane’s Museum in London in 2017-18. Yeung has also got a Special Mention of the Jury led by Sergei Tchoban in ArchiGraphicArts Drawing Competition 2016-17 in Russia. In 2016, a team of three from HKU Space led by him has also gained an Honorable Mention for the Flexible Housing Society Contest in Spain.