STANLEY SIU - ARCHITECT(Coming Soon)

Graduated from UNITEC, New Zealand, Stanley SIU is the principal and founder of the international awards winning Hong Kong-based architectural firm Daydreamers Design. Daydreamers Design aims to synthesize individual methodologies and educe sophisticated design solutions through research, curatorship, and collaboration with various artists and designers, as well as active engagements in social dialogue. With the leadership of Stanley, Daydreamers Design has received the Gold Award of 2013 Lantern Wonderland competition organised by the Hong Kong Tourism Board. The winning design “Rising Moon” exhibited during the Mid-Autumn Festival at the Victoria Park.

Stanley is more than the founder of a company. He is also active in large scale architectural design. In 2016 to 2017, he is the 1st Hong Kong architect invited by Department of Culture, Government of Sharjah, UAE to participate in the Islamic Arts Festival consecutively and design the anchor pavilions “Spiral Arches” and “Floral Pavilion” at the prominent location Al Majaz Waterfront, Sharjah. In 2018 and 2019, Stanley curated the Traversing the “Forbidden City - Architecture & Craftsmanship” jointly presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and Palace Museum and the 1st edition of “Hong Kong Pulse Light Festival”, local light art, in Tamar Park organised by Hong Kong Tourism Board.

Through wide range of design project in Hong Kong, Australia, the Mainland, Italy, Macau, Malaysia, Taiwan and UAE, Stanley has received numerous awards and honours including the HKIA Young Architect Awards 2013, Perspective’s “40 Under 40” 2016 Award, selected as the Chief Curator of Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 Hong Kong Exhibition and awarded the Al Burda Endowment 2018, UAE. Alongside his architectural practice, he is the assistant professor in Chu Hai College of Higher Education.

Stanley’s interest from architecture extends to exhibition curation and art. His artworks exhibited in the Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, the Hong Kong Maritime Museum, Taipei Huashan 1914 Creative Park, Taipei Songshan Cultural Creative Park, Artistree, Art Basel Hong Kong, Art Central, Art Taipei and Affordable Art Fair. In 2013, Stanley became partner and curator at 100ft Park, an artist-run space aiming to provide an open platform for the local young artists to share their creative thoughts.

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