Chun Chiu

Chun Chiu

London, GB



Chun has an extensive range of high end design knowledge at all scales including luxury residential, large public buildings, and masterplanning projects. With a portfolio of projects spanning across Europe, Asia, and North America he has demonstrated a capability to respond to various cultural and social demands and turn them into successfully finished schemes.

His previous experience at practices such as Zaha Hadid Architects, OMA, and Heatherwick Studio means that he is at home working at the very highest of design standards. His background with Michaelis Boyd, Talisman Architecture, and his current role at Jo Cowen Architects has provided him with an invaluable insight into the luxury property market in central London where he has lead teams and been the central figure between the client, the design consultants, and the contractor.

Chun is comfortable leading projects from concept to completion and is a fully qualified Architect and a registered member of the ARB.



Carlisle Design Studio, London, GB, Project Architect

May 2014 - current

Michaelis Boyd Inc., London, GB, Architect

Sep 2011 - May 2014

Heatherwick Studio, London, GB, Freelance Architect & Visualiser

Jul 2011 - Sep 2011

Zaha Hadid Architects, London, GB, Architect

Feb 2008 - May 2011

OMA (The Office for Metropolitan Architecture), Rotterdam, NL, Junior Architect

Oct 2006 - Nov 2007

Richard Reid & Associates, Sevenoaks, GB, Architectural Assistant

Jul 2003 - Jul 2004


Kingston University London, London, GB, MArch, Professional Practice in Architecture

RIBA Part 3 exemption

Sep 2009 - Oct 2010

Rotterdam Academy of Architecture and Urban Design, Rotterdam, NL, Urban design, summer school

2 week summer school, producing urban redevelopment proposals for the disused Rotterdam docks.

Jul 2006 - Jul 2006

University of Brighton, Brighton, GB, MArch, Architecture

RIBA Part 2 exemption

Sep 2004 - Jun 2006

University of Central England (UCE), Birmingham, GB, BArch, Architecture

BA (Hons)
RIBA Part 1 exemption

Sep 1999 - Jun 2002

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