About the Artist Eiffel Wong
Eiffel Wong grew up in Hong Kong and moved to London to pursuit his architectural education at the Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA) in 1990. The AA provided environment, in which Eiffel was encouraged to explore and develop his artistic inspirations from avant-garde art. His art/architectural works. “Tangible manifestation of invisible technology, reflection of its time and projectiion to the Future” led to a commission to make a proposal for the album “Voodoo Lounge” and subsequently exhibited his art works in the Rolling Stones’ private dining room “Voodoo Lounge” during the summer world tour at Wembley Stadium, 1995.
During his year out, he had the opportunity to work at Studio Libeskind in Berlin, where he worked on Sachsenhausen in Oranienburg and Alexanderplatz for “Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung und Umwelt”. In late 90s he worked at Sir Terry Farrell in London, where Eiffel’s artistic background was utilised while designing the new Dean Gallery in Edinburgh. He led Eiffeltecture in London from 2001, engaging in hospitality, retail, cultural, mixed-use and residential projects worldwide. During this period although architectural took over, he still found time to create some art works.
In 2012 he returned to HK covering projects in China. The most substantial involvement was leading the façade package of two 406m signature towers for both hotel and office uses in the new Central Business District in Guiyang. He formed and led a new design team for Aedas in Chengdu, China and acted as an office ambassador giving speech at 2013 World Summit Beauty Cities, his presentation was after the opening speech by China Former Foreign Minister; giving the seminar at "Half day event for China-wide Green Building inward mission to the UK" held at The British Consulate-General Chongqing; and providing training at "Sichuan Provincial Government UK Mission" etc…
2016 is the beginning of the rebirth of Eiffel Wong, his art works and architecture.