Like many children raised in Hong Kong, Kevin spent his childhood living in a somewhat confined space in a large complex. His travels abroad, however, broadened his horizons and now, as an architect, his vision is unrestrained by those cramped early years. A graduate of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Kevin practices at the firm OMA and has been responsible for bigger and bigger projects, his latest being the Taipei Cultural Centre. With his avid interest in photography (he’s a contributing photographer for Getty Images) and a keen eye for detail, as seen through his Instagram feed, he’s on top of the hustle and bustle of living in Asia’s world city today.
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