Architects Collective (Archix Co)

Architects Collective (Archix Co)


  • Practice: Archix Co
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  • Firm Location: Hong Kong
  • Country: China
  • Year: 2018

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Jeffrey Lam

Jeffrey received his BArch from SCI-Arc and has had experience working in Los Angeles and Hong Kong before taking the role of an in-house architect at an automotive company, where he designed and managed projects across their office, retail and industrial infrastructure. He founded Archix Co in 2018 in pursuit of a new progressive model for architects to tackle the social and economic problems of the city.


Douglas Leung

Douglas graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from SCI-Arc in 2012. He is a registered Architect in Hong Kong with 6 years of professional experience in schematic design, construction details, government submission, tendering and project coordination, ranging from institutional to residential projects during his employments at ALKF+ and Benoy.


Practice Ideology

Established in 2018, Archix Co, short for Architects Collective, is a collaborative design studio based in Hong Kong. We believe in human-centric designs and flexibility in architecture that create spaces like open platforms that adapt to users’ varying and changing needs. We apply the same philosophy in our design process and are always on the lookout for specialist architects, designers and craftspeople into collaborations and making collective efforts to produce extraordinary work. This further serves as a ground for creation of brainstorming groups and a continuous learning opportunity for all the parties involved.

Prior to opening the studio, the partners have a cumulative of 10+ years of professional experience involving in schematic design, construction details, tendering and project coordination. Our current range of works goes from residential, commercial to office interiors, however we’d like to think of architecture as a tool to identify and solve bigger issues in the society. We are always exploring new models or typologies that tackle problems of the urban landscape and to provide a more humane and intuitive form of living for its citizens.

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