Chien-Ho Hsu

Chien-Ho Hsu (AIA, LEED AP) received his Master of Architecture (MArch II) from Harvard University. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and a registered architect in New York State. He is also qualified as an LEED accredited professional.

During his stay in New York Chien-Ho Hsu worked at the practices of Eisenman Architects, Gwathmey Siegel & Associates, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners and Thomas Phifer and Partners. Throughout the twelve years of practices in America he was involved in multiple projects, including United States Courthouse at Salt Lake City, IMF headquarter at Washington D.C., OECD headquarter in Paris and The City of Culture of Galicia. His works covered architecture as well as urban design and interior design, driven by inclusive design and management ability and experiences. He also has been invited to numerous exhibitions including “Get It Louder” (Beijing and Shanghai, 2007), “Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture, “Shenzhen, 2007), “Chengdu Bienalle” (Chengdu, 2011), “Mock-Up” (Shanghai, 2012), “Beijing Design Week” (Beijing, 2012) and “Irish Wave” (Beijing, 2013).