Su Chang is an architect, occasional writer and curator. His built work and architectural proposals situate historical typologies in contemporary cultures, focusing on how architecture and landscape can intersect to create space in between for new public life.
Chang’s writing and translation work similarly connects architecture’s physical presence to its participation in a larger geography of ideas, most recently in the Chinese edition of Iñaki Ábalos’s The Good Life: A Guided Visit to the Houses of Modernity (Tongji University Press, 2019) and Valerio Olgiati’s Non-Referential Architecture (forthcoming). Additional publications include essays, interviews, commentaries, and projects in Wallpaper, Taiwan Architecture, and Harvard GSD Platform.
Chang received his Master in Architecture with commendation and Dean’s Merit Scholarship from Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Previously, Chang was educated at Peking University, ETH Zürich, and received a Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies with First Class Honour and a full scholarship from the University of Hong Kong. He is a licensed architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects, currently co-chairing AIA Hong Kong Chapter’s Programs Committee.