Welcome to Design Journals:

The general Public tends to associate architecture in terms of its formal and sculptural attributes. As a result, the definition of a “signature style” is often limited to the appearance or aesthetic of the building. This is further popularized by the mass media as “iconic” buildings. Edwin Chan has learnt that timeless architecture is not limited to image making per se, but instead, is the result of a rigorous design process that reconciles the demand of the program and budget to achieve a unique architectural vision. EC3 prioritizes documenting the interaction between clients, the design team, and the public. The resulting design journals provide a glimpse of the process of how ideas are transformed into formal solutions.

 

FRANKY Set DesignHong Kong, China

True NorthDetroit, USA

 

Mulholland Drive Residence Part IILos Angeles, USA

Mulholland Drive Residence Part ILos Angeles, USA

Downtown Arts District Lot 15Los Angeles, USA

 

Downtown Arts District Master PlanLos Angeles, USA

CHALET DallasDallas, USA

CHALET Dallas EventsDallas, USA

 

Shraman Foundation Part IIDallas, USA

Shraman Foundation Part IDallas, USA

CHALET HollywoodHollywood, USA

 

CHALET EventsHollywood, USA

Helsinki Guggenheim Competition Part IVHelsinki, Finland

Helsinki Guggenheim Competition Part IIIHelsinki, Finland

 

Helsinki Guggenheim Competition Part IIHelsinki, Finland

Helsinki Guggenheim Competition Part IHelsinki, Finland

CHALET ConstructionHollywood, USA

 

CHALET Design ProcessHollywood, USA

Sirkeci District Masterplan Part IIIIstanbul, Turkey

Sirkeci District Masterplan Part IIIstanbul, Turkey

 

Sirkeci District Masterplan Part IIstanbul, Turkey

Schaller Tower Part IIBogota, Colombia

Schaller Tower Part IBogota, Colombia

 

KunsthalleDresden, Germany

Arts QuarterDresden, Germany

Westwood Village Vision PlanLos Angeles, USA

 

Artist Studio / Residence Part IIILos Angeles, USA

Artist Studio / Residence Part IILos Angeles, USA

Artist Studio / Residence Part ILos Angeles, USA