BSSc (A.S.) (Hons.) (CUHK) / M Arch (CUHK) / HKIA / Reg. Arch (HK)

    Being a Registered Architect in Hong Kong with considerable experience in wide range of institutional projects, conservation projects, urban planning projects & retail projects in Hong Kong & China. Brian Chan is one of the founders of At Zero Design Limited. He was appointed as the project architect of several youth centres & community centres. He has worked on conservation projects including the Bethanie Hall in Pokfulam, the Blue House Project in Wanchai and the Hollywood Road Central Police Station in Central. He has also worked as the consultant architect for Beijing Olympic Green Planning Proposal. In 1999, Brian Chan and his team were awarded the Honorable Design of Re-unification Monument of Hong Kong competition by HKSAR. In 2003, Brian Chan was chosen to be the recipient of Young Architect’s Award 2003 by The Hong Kong Institute of Architects. In 2011, ATZ was the winner of HUGO BOSS Facade Design Concept 2011 competition. In 2015, ATZ was awarded the 2nd Runner-up of The 8th Hong Kong Lighting Design Competition and Hong Kong’s Most Valuable Companies Annual Award. Currently, ATZ has been working for flagship store projects for different high-end retail brands like BOTTEGA VENETA/ CARTIER/ CELINE/ COACH/ DOLCE & GABBANA/ DIOR/ FENDI/ GIROGIO ARMANI/ GIVENCY/ GRAFF/ HUGO BOSS/ LONGCHAMP/ MCM/ MONTBLANC/ NIKE/ PANDORA/ QEELIN/ RALPH LAUREN/ TIFFANY/ VAN CLEEF & ARPELS and some renovation projects for prestigious shopping malls like HARBOUR CITY and SOGO in Hong Kong & China. ATZ is also the designer for Cheung Hang mall renovation for GAW CAPITAL.


  • Awards

    Head of College Creativity Prize, United College, CUHK [1997]
    Miyagawa Toshizuke Foundation Schoolarship-Japan, CUHK [1998]
    Honourable Design – Reunification Monument of Hong Kong, HKSAR [1999]
    Honourable Design – CAA 5th student competition, CAA, England [2000]
    Winner – Young Architect's Award 2003, HKIA, HKSAR [2003]
    Shortlisted – Young Architects’ Project Fund 2004, HKIA, HKSAR [2005]
    Shortlisted – Venice Biennale Exhibition Proposal, HKIA, HKSAR [2006]
    1st Prize – NIKE Beijing Flagship Design (Invited Competition), US [2007]
    1st Prize –HUGO BOSS Facade Design (Invited Competition), Germany [2011]
    2nd Runner-Up – The 8th Hong Kong Lighting Design Competition, HKSAR [2015]
    Merit – Hong Kong’s Most Valuable Companies Annual Award, HKSAR [2015]
    1st Prize –12th Uneec Applied Design Award, Chenming Mold Ind. Corp., TW [2018]
  • Publication

    "HINGE" magazine Vol.58, HKSAR - Re-unification Monument of Hong Kong [1999]
    "New Home" magazine Vol.1, HKSAR - Future Living Concept [2001]
    "HKIA Journal" - Young Architects' Arward 2003 [2004]
    "HKIA Annual Awards 2003", HKSAR - Young Architects' Arward 2003 [2004]
    "HINGE" magazine Vol.140, HKSAR - Caritas Centre by ATZ [2007]
    “HKIA Journal” Vol. 56, HKSAR – “Interior Aspiration” [2009]
    “HKIA Journal” Vol. 57, HKSAR – “Development Trend of Residential Architecture” [2010]
    “Are You? CENTRAL” by Hongkong Land, HKSAR – “CENTRALites” [2009]
    "CPP-LUXURY.COM" 18 Apr 16 – “MCM opens at Hong Kong International Airport [2016]
    "CPP-LUXURY.COM" 22 Sep 16 – “MCM unveils renovated store in Hong Kong” [2016]
  • Event & Exhibition

    Press Conference, HKSAR - Re-unification Monument of Hong Kong Competition [1999]
    Entry Exhibition, Austria - Future Vision Housing Competition, Architecture Forum [2000]
    Prize Presentation & Exhibition Opening Ceremony, HKSAR - HKIA Annual Awards 2003 [2004]
    Public Exhibition, HKSAR - West Kowloon Cultural District, Fringe Club [2005]
    Public Exhibition, HKSAR - Threshold to Architecture HKIA 50th Anniversary Exhibition [2006]
    Public Exhibition, HKSAR - The 8th Hong Kong Lighting Design Exhibition  [2015]
    CUHK School of Architecture’s 25th Anniversary Alumni Exhibitions [2017]
  •  Academic

    Tutor - "Experiencing Architecture", CUHK [1998]
    Public Lecture - "Urban Sustainablility", South China University of Technology, PRC [2002]