Architects struggle to include their creative visions in the design of our built environment due to economic, urban and regulatory systems that limit architectural and artistic exploration. This hinders the potential for design technology and innovation to shape buildings, infrastructure and public spaces.
Oyler Wu Collaborative believes that architecture’s full potential lies in affecting human experiences. They have designed and built over 20 installations for major museums, galleries and public spaces that inspire and reflect the culture of our time. Current projects include creating major bridges and roadways, wellness solutions for the work space and treehouse resorts.
My Personal Hero