Hung Lu Chan is a designer and researcher based in the Netherland and Taiwan. He is interested in exploring imaginary figures and narratives across eastern and western cultures, such as aliens, ghosts, mermaids, zombies, and their political impacts on society, technology, and the future. Since these collective imaginations are both a metaphor for the dynamics of interpreting the relationship between the unknown and the self, but also a mirror for reflecting our inner fears and hopes for the present and future, his practice is to develop collaborative imagination through communication between humans and their inner imaginary figures. With adequate experience in industrial and interactive design, he develops unique tools and experiences through which bridge the unconscious and conscious in order to question the notion of these imaginations. Through this intra-collaborative imagination developing, his goal is to challenge the stereotypes, stigmas, and borders we project onto others, societies and worlds.


2018 - 2019 Pegatron_Industrial Designer

2016 - 2018 Merlin's Mustache Lab_Interactive Designer
2014 Probe Design Lab_Intern
2013 GIXIA Group_Intern
2012 Agua Design_Intern


2021 Dutch Design Week, Netherlands

2020 Eindhoven Maker Faire, Netherlands

2017 Napkin Table DIY_workshop, Taiwan

2017 Conductive Ink Lamp_workshop, Taiwan

2017 Think Ridiculous_workshop, Taiwan
2016 404 Festival of Art & Technology, Colombia
2014 Meet Young Designer In Taipei, Taiwan
2014 Young Designer Exhibition, Taiwan
2014 A+ Creative Festival, Taiwan


2019 - 2021 Design Academy Eindhoven

             Social Design, NL

2010 - 2014 Tunghai University

              Industrial Design, TW



2018 Digital Singularity Awards_Best Interactive Application_Bronze

2016 Cannes Young Lion Competition Taiwan_Third Prize

2014 Electrolux Design Lab_Top 100+

2014 INHON Innovation Award_Second Prize

2013 GIGABYTE Design Competition_Outstanding Award

2013 Houseware Design_Shortlisted

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