Christopher Law is the Founding Director of the Oval partnership. He is also a Director of INTEGER China Ltd, an organization that promotes intelligent and green housing in China. Under Mr. Law’s direction, Oval Partnership has been driving and executing Sustainable Lifestyle projects in the Asia Pacific region to ensure a continuous growth in its economic and social capital. These include heritage projects and testing methodology for community participation in architecture and planning. The Partnership conducts design-fests, consensus building workshops, surveys, street meetings and evaluations for community projects and projects of sensitive nature. Recent cases in Hong Kong include Luen Fat Street Re-creation Space and the residents’ counterproposal of Lee Tung Street re-development, both against the backdrop of the old Wanchai re-generation.He is currently the Chairman of the Family Welfare Society, a charity with a staff of 600, and Chairman of the Centre for Community Renewal at St. James’ Settlement. Mr. Law was educated at Stonyhurst College in Lancashire in the UK, and studied Architecture at the University College London. He has received the Architect of the Year Award and the Outstanding Young Person Award, among others.
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