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Lok Hang Cheung is a PhD candidate with over five years of practicing experience in both commercial and research-based architecture offices in London and Hong Kong.

Research interests

His current research focuses on the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) in human-computer interaction (HCI)-based architecture (conversational built environment) and development of AI tools for architectural design process.


Position: Teaching Assistant


ARC411 - Practice Based Enquiry and Architectural Representation

ARC413 - Design Studio


ARC102 - Design Studio


DigitalFutures online workshop "Hacking Machine Learning Style Transfer 早期设计中的机器学习工作流"

ARC304 - Design Studio


ARC415 - Design Studio

Awards and honours


Artwork "Post-AI Era: The Spiritual Exploration of Robots" shortlisted and exhibited at AIGC Youth Immersive Creative Art Exhibition of 2023 Chinese Global Youth Development Summit (Shenzhen) & The Great Bay Youth Summit (Shenzhen, Hongkong, Macau)


Postgraduate Research Scholarship (PGRSB211206), XJTLU


Nominated for RIBA President's Medals - Silver Medal
Nominated for RIBA President's Medals - Dissertation Medal
Nominated for RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship

Student Prize - Best Model Award, XJTLU


Student Prize - Best Environmental Strategy Award, XJTLU


Master Entry Scholarship, XJTLU


James Dyson Design Award, National Runner-up (Hong Kong), with MARS (Manifold Architecture Robotics Studio)

Education/Academic qualification

Master, Architectural Design (Distinction), Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

2 Sept 201915 Jul 2021

Award Date: 15 Jul 2021

Bachelor, Arts in Architecture, University of Brighton

1 Sept 201322 Jun 2015

Award Date: 22 Jun 2015

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