Vincci Mak is a Senior Lecturer within the Division of Landscape Architecture at HKU’s Faculty of Architecture. She is the Design Studio Coordinator for MLA Year 1, and is also involved in the teaching of the BA(LS) program.
Vincci received her architectural training and obtained a Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) degree from the University of Southern California in the US. She then pursued her further studies in landscape architecture, and received a Masters in Landscape Architecture (MLA) degree from the Graduate School of Design (GSD) at Harvard University.
As a design practitioner, Vincci sees no definite boundaries among the various design disciplines. She has been practicing as a landscape designer/master-planner/urban designer in both Hong Kong and London, with project locations ranging from Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Her recent projects include the Re-generation Project for the Battersea Powerstation in London, U.K., in which her focus was on the public realm. Her past projects also range from the smaller-scaled urban plazas to the larger-scaled regional planning consultation.