20 designers and brands that define our tomorrow, FRAME Magazine 20th Anniversary Edition
Super-Typologies - In conversation with Evan Jehl for Frame, Judy Cheung and Christoph Vogl, founding partners of Cheungvogl, describe how their work overcomes traditional categorizations by re-interpreting definitions and typologies to create contemporary socially relevant architecture.
Judy Cheung and Christoph Vogl of Hong Kong-based firm Cheungvogl take ‘social relevance’ as a guiding principle in their design of physical retail. Their approach is the product of a sensitivity to dialectical materialism and technological futurism. For physical spaces to retain their relevance in a world where the functions they host are increasingly supplanted by digital media, design must be viewed as a means of actively communicating with its users rather than as a static container or scaffolding. It must become more fluid in its adaptability to different contexts. Cheung and Vogl elaborate on these ideas in a conversation about how they see future projects and the field as a whole:
How to get physical in a digital age.
Openshaw in conversation with Judy Cheung and Christoph Vogl, founding
partners of Cheungvogl:
Tim McKeough in conversation with Cheungvogl on Au Pont Rouge and the Robotic System for Azure Magazine, November/December 2016:
I.T Store and Brand Concepts, Hong Kong and China
Chengdu O, Chengdu, China
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