Cheungvogl is an architecture practice founded by Chui Lai Judy Cheung and Christoph Hoelscher Vogl in Hong Kong in 2008.
Recent projects include the winning design for the international competition of the Yeoui-Naru Ferry Terminal and Masterplan in Seoul (The Jury included Ryue Nishizawa, SANAA and Alejandro Zaera-Polo, AZPML.), the creation of an open exhibition and multi-space gallery around a robotic system within the restoration of the 110 year old UNSECO heritage Au Pont Rouge in Saint Petersburg, Russia (Frame Awards 2018, Jury Prize, Best Multi-Brand Store of the Year) and the indoor sculpture garden and art gallery Taghaus in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Cheungvogl was part of the 'Picturing "Home-for-All"' Exhibition, compiled by Toyo Ito, Riken Yamamoto, Hiroshi Naito, Kengo Kuma and Kazuyo Sejima at the Toyo Ito Museum of Architecture, Imabari, Japan in 2011.
In 2017 Cheungvogl was named one of 20 designers and brands that define our tomorrow alongside OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture, led by Rem Koolhaas), Snøhetta and Olafur Eliasson by Frame Magazine.