Kelvin Ho is a Chinese-Canadian Designer and a Founding Partner of Other Projects. He received a Masters in Architecture from UCL’s Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment (2015) and a Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies with First Honors from the University of Hong Kong’s Faculty of Architecture (2010). During his studies at the Bartlett, he was a recipient of the Award of Distinction, and a RIBA Research Trust Award by the Royal Institute of British Architects. He is currently a Lecturer at the Jeju National University and previously taught at Kookmin University’s School of Architecture in Seoul. 

Kelvin’s independent work has received several awards, including Finalist in the MOMA YAP Pavilion Competition. His work has been published in The Guardian, the Bartlett Prospective (B-Pro), and exhibited at the University College London and Museum of Modern Arts (MoMA). 

Kelvin’s work experience includes Herzog & de Meuron in Basel and Hong Kong, RMA Architects in Boston, and REX in New York. Selected projects include Tai Kwun Center for Heritage & Arts, M+ Hong KongSydney Modern Art Gallery, 2050 M Street, 11ooThe Museum of 20th Century Art, Perth+, Komische Oper BerlinShenzhen Opera House, and Brown University Performing Arts Center.