Since the birth of Re-Edge in 2011, Chansan Hun has directed the design completion of numerous projects of different types and scales. These projects are designed with the architectural approach of cultivating the dialog between a building and its environment﹘a concept depicted from Hun’s Master’s Degree Thesis: “Re-Edging Retails.”
A native to Cambodia, Mr. Hun has spent more than 15 years studying abroad in Singapore and the United States. In 2009, he graduated with a Master of Architecture from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. Soonafter, Hun returned to Cambodia where he quickly established himself as a lecturer and guest professor at multiple universities in Phnom Penh. Still today, he continues to enlighten students about the beauty of Design & Concept through architecture.
Mr. Hun not only contributes to the success of Re-Edge within Cambodian society, but also to the exposure of Cambodian architects internationally. With each design, he seeks a storyline to be told to himself, his team of aspiring architects, and his clients. In Hun’s definition, design constraint is merely an opportunity to explore an architectural intervention and is a means to achieve an unexpected discovery in shaping the built environment.
Chansan Hun is a registered architect and a member of Board of Architects Cambodia (BAC) and Cambodian Society of Architects (CSA).