Interval Architects was co-founded by Oscar KO and Yunduan GU. Oscar KO is a lecturer at University of Hong Kong and founder of Shanghai-based architectural design office - Interval Architects. He received his Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University, New York and his Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Yunduan GU is a Class One Registered Architect of China and a graduate of Tongji University, China. Both have won Perspective 40 under 40 Award in 2018.
Works of Interval Architects have received awards and nominations including the International Design Award, Asia Design Prize, Design that Educate Award, Perspective A&D China Award, HKDC Design for Asia Award, Re-Thinking Future Award, and nomination for The 3rd China Media Architecture Award (Best Architecture Award) and candidate project for 2A Asia Architecture Award.
Interval Architects' works have been presented in exhibitions such as Milan Design Week, Beijing Design Week and China 1000 exhibition. Their work has also been published internationally in media such as Architektur(Austria), SPACE(Korea), Wallpaper China Edition, Perspective(Hong Kong), d+a(Singapore), Landscape World(Korea), CASE DA ABITARE(Chinese edition), Architecture & Culture(Korea), Taiwan Architecture, CONDE(Taiwan), Hinge(Hong Kong), Domusweb, Designboom, Archdaily, Dezeen, Gooood, China 1000, di, UED, etc.
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