SKY YUTAKA is a multidisciplinary architectural studio, we design landscape and architectural project for public space. We are active in the field of exhibition / environmental space design and kinetic installations for cultural institutions, museums and galleries. SKY YUTAKA take a collaborative approach to design practice, research and academia. Our preoccupations into History, Culture, Technology, and Materiality are always considered into the crafts and skills that the studio apply in the projects and design creation.
SKY YUTAKA adhere to the Professional Codes of Conduct under Hong Kong Chapter 408 The Architects Registration Ordinance and Code of Professional Conduct and the United Kingdom Architect’s Registration Board under Section 13 of the Architects Act 1997. Founding directors are members of the Hong Kong Institute of Architects (HKIA) and Royal Institute of British Architects (UK) and registered with the Architects Registration Board Hong Kong and United Kingdom.
SKY (Sarah Kwok Yan) Lee (HKIA, RIBA, ARB HK/UK):
Sky is a British trained architect, a graduate of the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. As a Founding Director of SKY YUTAKA, she is interested in exploring the culture of the city through small scale projects and exhibitions as well as engaging in design and research teaching at local academic institutions. Committed to improving the built environment and its engagement with the public realm, Sky has developed her architectural skills during practice in London and Hong Kong working on a variety of award winning international projects from small-scale through to challenging large scale mixed-use building typologies.
Yutaka Yano (HKIA, RIBA, ARB):
Yutaka moved to UK from Japan, at a young age and studied Architecture at The Bartlett, University College of London; his passion for process and research-led work resulted in receiving the prestigious RIBA Bronze Medal and “Sergeant Drawing Prize” from Royal Institute of British Architects. Post graduation he gained professional training while working at architectural practices in London, where he developed technical and design skills, managing various private and commercial projects from concept inception to completion.