Associate Partner, RAIA
“In our communities there’s a need for connectedness, more than ever before.”
Teddy Chung was recently promoted to the new role of Associate Partner in recognition of his expertise, leadership and influence in our Mixed Use team.
Teddy’s ability to understand his clients’ commercial imperatives, consult indepth with diverse stakeholders, and distil complex parameters into a singular vision have driven his success in masterplanning town centres and large-scale mixed-use projects.
He has been a key member of the ClarkeHopkinsClarke team for two decades: as a mentor, leader and coach. But alongside his business acumen and impressive technical skills he’s driven by a strong sense of purpose when it comes to creating vibrant communities. “There’s a need for connectedness, more than ever before,” he says. “A need to connect to the land, to people, to the past. That need for social, economic and environmental sustainability is real. And I believe as an architect, and as a practice here at ClarkeHopkinsClarke, we can positively contribute to that.”
The Village Warralily
Armstrong Creek is an evolving masterplanned community located directly between Geelong and Barwon Heads. Its vision to become a vibrant, liveable and sustainable community is underpinned by the delivery of major infrastructure and services.