Jason Ho (b. 1993, UK) is a British-Chinese chartered architect and artist. He is trained at Cambridge University and University College London, where he was awarded the Bartlett Medal and the Fitzroy Robinson Drawing Prize. His works have received commendation from renowned cultural organisations and featured on the RIBA Journal cover. 
Filled with sublime details and dynamic lines, Ho’s "art-chitecture" is bursting with colours and life, offering audiences a glimpse into his narrative-inspired, fantastical universe. He designs evocative spaces that exceed the definition of science, anchoring his subjects in the essence of abstractionism. 
Prior to his artistic journey, Ho has worked on notable architectural projects, including Theatre Royal Drury Lane and the V&A Museum refurbishment. He has exhibited with international institutions, such as Maison Ozmen Paris, Dokk1 Denmark, Roca London Gallery, and Art Central Hong Kong.