Founding Principal, Ho K. Sung Architect
Ho Sung is the founding Principal of Ho K. Sung Architect. He obtained his B.Sc (natural sciences) and the 5-year professional B.Arch degree from UofT, and the M.Arch2 degree from Syracuse University (Florence, Italy). Ho is a member of the OAA, RAIC and the TSA.
Ho’s architectural experience ranges from small private projects to urban design, as well as international architectural competitions. Ho has been a visiting critic at the Daniels Faculty, UofT and Ryerson University (now TMU).
Along with professional practice, Ho has served as; a mentor at University College, UofT (since 2010), the Chair of the UC Alumni Association, member of the UofT College of Electors, member of the UC Principal Search Committee, member of the UC Revitalization User Committee, and as an OAA ExAC instructor and mentor. Ho is also the donor-benefactor of the Blanche Lemco van Ginkel Admission Scholarship at the Daniels Faculty. (Professor van Ginkel is the first woman to serve as Dean at Daniels and in all Canada and US architecture schools). Ho’s service to UofT was recognized with an Arbor Award in 2014.
Ho’s life-long interest in continuous learning is enhanced by his love of traveling, learning different languages, art, music, photography and reading science articles.