Tszwai So, who was named a rising star by the RIBA Journal in 2016, is co-founder of London and Accra based Spheron Architects, a practice concerned with the subjective emotional connection between the mind and architecture. His Belarusian Memorial Chapel completed in London in 2017 is the first wooden church built in the capital since the Great Fire of 1666, receiving wide acclaim internationally such as winning the World Architecture Festival Award 2018. His anonymous entry entitled ‘An Echo in Time’ was chosen as the winner of an EU-backed International Competition in 2018, for a proposal for the first ever Pan-European Memorial for all victims of 20th century Totalitarianism, to be built in Brussels. His drawings have won the First Prize in the 2018 RIBA Journal annual International Drawing Competition - the Eye Line Award and were exhibited at the RIBA in London. He will hold a solo exhibition at Wolfson College, University of Cambridge between 29 June and 22 September 2019. He is also a trustee of the Heritage Trust Network, a committee member of the Foundation for Jewish Heritage and a visiting lecturer at the University of Westminster.