Hui Min Chan is a Director at DP Architects. In addition to running large-scale architectural and urban planning projects, she oversees the firm’s Design Intelligence department who shapes of the firm’s strategic direction for design technology research and BIM.
Her career spans multiple disciplines, including architecture, interior design, urban planning, and new media design. Her design experience in a broad range of project typologies often positions her in leadership roles for strategic development and design. Since joining the firm in 2005, she has been instrumental in running numerous large-scale architectural and urban planning projects in the Middle East, Turkey and India.
Hui Min graduated with Master of Architecture from Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at, Columbia University in 2000, and obtained a Master of Science in Sustainable Building Design from the University of Nottingham in 2015.
Her key project credits include Seef Lusail, a major waterfront master plan in Qatar; Asmaran, a 200 Ha entertainment district in Dubai; and Emaar Square, a large-scale mixed-use retail project in Istanbul. She is currently working on the redevelopment of the historic waterfront on the Golden Horn in Istanbul.
Prior to joining DP, she worked for Eisenman Architects of New York as a member of the core design team. As Creative Lead, she was also one of the founding employees of Guggenheim.com, a for-profit internet Arts Portal of the Guggenheim museum. Guggenheim.com won a prestigious Webby award (broadband category) in 2001.