- Jerome LeePrincipal B.A. (Arch), M. Arch
Trained as an architect from the National University of Singapore, Jerome is currently based in Hong Kong where he founded LOCUS with Brandon in 2011. Firmly grounded in the discipline of architecture, he has completed multi-disciplinary works including masterplanning, urban design, architecture, landscape architecture, interiors and product design. While he has demonstrated his versatility with a deft grasp of a wide range of scales from the very large to the minute, he continues to explore his key interest with subtle concepts of place making and ephemeral spaces.
- Brandon HuangPrincipal B.A., MLA
Brandon founded LOCUS with Jerome and is trained as an architect in Tsinghua University in Beijing and a landscape architect from Graduate School of Design, Harvard University in Boston, USA. His exposure to widely different cultures and thinking has provided him a strong impetus to applying modern ideology and methodology of the West to traditional cultures and philosophies of the East. He believes that through thoughtful design considerations, landscape has the ability to bridge the architectural urban spaces with the environment and connect people back to Nature.
- Kenny FungB.ES (Hons), MLA
With a strong foundation in Urban Regional Planning and Environmental Studies from York University in Toronto, Kenny furthered his post-graduate degree in Landscape Architecture at the University of Toronto, Canada. Coupled with a keen eye in fashion and aesthetics, he has an innate ability to communicate graphically in an effective way. Kenny continues to pursue his passion for the discipline with much tenacity of purpose in creating meticulous details that contribute to memorable spaces for the environment.
- Ray WanB.Arch., MLA
Ray is academically trained in architecture and completed his post-graduate Masters at The University of Hong Kong in the field of landscape architecture. Over and above managing projects, he is also a keen participant in volunteering. He was assistant curator to Shenzhen Architectural Biennale (2009) and most recently helped construct two pedestrian bridges as a core team member (2011) and project coordinator (2012) in the rural villages of Lijiang.
- Ken QiuB.LA
Prior to embarking in the field landscape architecture in Huaqiao University, Ken was trained artistically throughout his formative years in fine arts. He believes in the concept of a priori wherein the art of creating good works is consciously derived from pre-existing conditions and situations. The wealth of knowledge one accumulates through time allows creativity to flourish in spaces that elevate the joys of living. Ken also enjoys traveling, meeting new friends and is keen on fresh ideas in keeping his creativity passionately crisp.