Evan Lau joined DKO in 2012 after completing studies at the University of Melbourne to high accolade. His architecture journey began through a childhood fascination with comics, and to this day he is influenced by the way that artists convey space and movement on a page, with each project on pen and paper no matter the scale. For inspiration, Evan looks to the designs of Tadao Ando, drawing on the Japanese architect’s mastery of light and the user experience to give life to building interiors, supporting the notion that good design is invisible. Evan sees his role as helping create buildings that not only do clients love, but are themselves responsible citizens of the city. At DKO Evan is committed to furthering the culture of letting strong ideas thrive, regardless of where or who they came from, helping support the next generation of the studio’s architects.