Architect, Senior Lecturer, Production Designer, Eric Wong
Eric studied Art and Architecture at the Byam Shaw School of Art, Central Saint Martins. He completed his undergraduate degree at Cardiff University and later graduated with a masters from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL.
He was nominated for the RIBA President’s Silver Medal and is a recipient of the Bartlett School of Architecture Medal for outstanding academic achievements in professional performance, the Sir Banister Fletcher Medal for highest marks in Part 2 graduate studies and the Fitzroy Robinson Drawing Prize for best drawings in Part 2 graduate studies.
He later completed his Part III professional studies at the University of Cambridge where he qualified as an Architect. Eric is a practicing Architect who has worked on a range of projects of varying scales and complexities. He is also an architecture design tutor who has taught at UCL: Bartlett School of Architecture and the University of Greenwich at undergraduate and postgraduate level respectively.
Eric’s works has been widely published and exhibited from the RIBA Journal, Architects Journal, Blueprint Magazine, VICE through to the Design Museum, World Architecture Festival and Sir John Soane Museum. He has also worked with Oscar-nominated Director Mamoru Hosoda as the concept artist and production designer for the award-winning animated feature film ‘Belle’ where he designed an entire virtual world known in the film as U.
His architectural journey has been influenced by critical thinking, speculative architecture and intricate line-drawings.